• Safety Department At Cleanroom Manufacturer Ensures No One Gets Hurt

    AES takes the well-being and safety of all of our team members very seriously. In this video, AES director of EHS Tony  Mangabat highlights some of the measures our safety department takes to ensure no one gets hurt at AES.

  • Your Strategy To Manufacture, No Longer A One-Size-Fits-All

    The traditional method of big batch manufacturing must change as companies move away from the one-size-fits-all blockbuster model toward more innovative, targeted biologics that deliver better outcomes.

  • Nanoform Makes Their US TV Debut On Advancements With Ted Danson

    Viewers will learn how award-winning CESS® nanoparticle engineering technology can potentially double the number of drug candidates progressing into clinic. The use of this unique process to open up new drug delivery routes and improve the lives of patients worldwide will also be explored.

  • Managing Risks With Potent Pharmaceutical Products

    Any drug manufacturing facility handling potent compounds must be equipped with the appropriate methods, controls, and expertise to ensure the safety of its employees and the integrity of its product. Managing these risks requires a knowledgeable team as well as the design and implementation of an effective safety program.

  • Modular Cleanroom Panel Manufacturing Factory Tour

    AES Clean Technology Manufactures Modular Cleanroom Solutions. AES utilizes modular cleanroom systems in our design-builds and modular cleanroom  construction projects. The AES cleanroom wall system is made in our state of the art Suwanee, GA facility.

  • High-Quality Chromatography System Meets Predesigned DeltaV For Integrated Manufacturing

    Cytiva’s pre-defined automation solution, Figurate™️, is now available as a turnkey solution by combining our industry-leading ÄKTA™️ process chromatography system with the reliability of the DeltaV DCS platform.

  • A Guide To Cleanroom Construction Methodologies

    Your future cleanroom is a critical asset, it is not just another construction project. The investment you make in the cleanroom facility is significant and it should perform for years to come. Learn the relative strengths and weaknesses of various cleanroom construction methodologies that are being implemented within the marketplace.

  • Considerations And Steps For Building A Contamination Control Strategy

    Past focus was placed on sampling methods for the measurement of potential contamination: particle counters, active air samplers, Petri dishes, and swabs for surface monitoring. This approach has been remodeled to prevent and control potential contamination from reaching the point of no return: the product. This paper outlines defining the CCS and designing the cleanroom that can achieve contamination control.

  • Real-Time Viable Particle Detection For Definitive Root Cause Investigation

    Investigations into viable air excursions are very di­fficult to perform using traditional methods. The data generated is very limited and not very timely. This often leads to high levels of frustration as the problem persists, with vast amounts of time and resources being consumed while the root cause remains elusive. Read how a real-time viable particle counter is key to providing process improvement in real-time viable particle detection for definitive root cause investigation.



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