New collaborations, new projects for salamanderU that confirm the need for innovation in the control of containment operations: LTCG
We are very proud to welcome LTCG as a new customer.
The Laboratory of Cellular and Gene Therapy of the CHU of Liège (LTCG), was the first French-speaking Belgian laboratory to receive the valuable “manufacturing authorisation” (GMP) from the Federal Agency for Medicines and Health Products (FAMHP) for these modified cell therapy products.
We were able to highlight the advantages of acrylic resin as an innovative material in the realisation of SAS.
The capacity of SAS to resist frequent decontamination, the reduced maintenance costs and the longevity of the material, among others, convinced our interlocutors.
This new collaboration highlights the relevance and added value of switching from stainless steel to acrylic resin in terms of materials for the manufacturing of the isolator.
Our know-how and expertise have also won over our customers. The taylor-made construction and the use of innovative material has created a way to optimise their budget and thus meet their precise operational containment needs.