AES Clean Technology Transforms Cleanroom Design and Construction with Faciliflex Module
Reconfigurable Faciliflex Module Baseblocks Snap Together to Meet the Production Needs of Modern Biological Therapeutics
MONTGOMERYVILLE, Pennsylvania – AES Clean Technology introduces Faciliflex Module, a transformational new concept in designing cleanrooms for the production of lifesaving therapeutics. Cleanroom design becomes as simple as mixing and matching separate pre-designed processing room configurations to create the most efficient, custom facility—with each processing room module designed to connect together and create a fully integrated, climate-controlled cleanroom. Faciliflex Module reduces client risks to production, design-build timelines, and escalating costs.
Each Faciliflex Module comes with a standardized cleanroom “base block,” with fully integrated processing modules that can be rearranged and reconfigured to meet the unique needs of every life sciences client. With Faciliflex Module, clients can pick-and-choose multiple units that meet their specific process requirements, from cell culture suites to packaging; from pre-designed units to specialized suites.
As with all AES Clean Technology cleanrooms, each Faciliflex Module is guaranteed to meet both federal and industry standards.
“For decades, AES has been the safe, reliable and proven choice for innovative cleanroom design for FDA compliance,” said Josh Russell VP, Sales & Marketing, at AES Clean Technology. “Faciliflex Module is our latest innovation to get your product to market faster while reducing risk, whether you are biotech start-up or established pharmaceutical company.”
Cleanrooms are controlled environments—spaces where environmental variables, such as temperature, air pressure, humidity, and air flow can be tightly controlled—and they are critical for the manufacture of modern biological therapeutics. AES Clean Technology revolutionized cleanroom design more than 30 years ago with the production of modular wall and ceiling systems that allowed cleanrooms to be built into almost any existing facility space.
Recently, AES released its Faciliflex Express offering, which are standardized, pre-designed cleanrooms in 5,000, 10,000 and 30,000 square foot units that can be built, packaged, delivered and installed on site in as little as 6 months.
Faciliflex Module takes that concept further, with individual plug-and-play cleanroom processing suites that connect to a standardized baseblock that allows clients to arrange everything they need to build a cleanroom space precisely configured to their exact needs. The AES modular design allows for quick manufacturing, shipping and installation, where each Faciliflex Module is fitted on site and easily connected to utilities.
The Faciliflex Module concept can bring controlled HVAC environments to client’s new or existing manufacturing space and includes the often overlooked manufacturing necessities such as storage, hallways, and even janitorial spaces. More importantly, AES technology can make for faster, more reliable cleanroom spaces for biological manufacturing applications including:
- Gene therapy
- Viral Vectors
- Manufacturing filler and related substances
- mAbs Monoclonal Antibodies
- ADC/Potent Compounds
- Fill/Finish (Drug Product)
- Drug Substance
- Antibody drug conjugates / Potent Compounds
“With AES Faciliflex Module, the daunting task of designing the best cleanroom facility for your needs becomes as simple as mix-and-matching the individual parts—we do the rest,” said Mitch Gonzales, VP Process Technology at AES Clean Technology. “You’re already doing the important work of creating therapies to improve human health and survival, so let us help remove the manufacturing and compliance roadblocks that might otherwise slow your journey to the patient.”
To learn more, visit https://www.aesclean.com/module-cleanroom/
About AES Clean Technology:
AES Clean Technology is the industry leader in providing cGMP compliant cleanrooms. AES has delivered successful scalable projects for over 35 years. We continue to provide the cleanrooms at the forefront of medical and pharmaceutical advances including cell and novel therapies, bioprocessing, personalized medicine, and aseptic fill/finish.