Entegris has Opened their New Life Sciences Technology Center

Entegris has announced the opening of their new Life Sciences Technology Center in Billerica, Massachusetts.

This new facility will provide life science customers with the opportunity to leverage Entegris’ cold-chain supply expertise and increase the speed to market for their clinical products. The center will provide the space needed to bring tools and technologies together to support the testing of freezing and thawing processes.

Entegris works with leading manufacturers to support and enable advancements in technology. This includes strategically placed manufacturing sites, R&D facilities, and customer support centers. The new facility serves to bridge a gap in their network and further support development efforts. 

Entegris’ products and solutions include:

  • Filtration products that purify gasses, fluids, and the ambient fab environment
  • Liquid systems and components that dispense, control, analyze, or transport process fluids
  • Gas delivery systems that safely store and deliver toxic gasses
  • Specialty chemistries for deposition and cleaning at advanced nodes
  •  Wafer carriers and shippers that protect semiconductor wafers from contamination and breakage
  • Specialty coatings that provide high-purity surfaces for wear-resistance, corrosion protection, and smoothness
  • Premium graphite and silicon carbide for high-performance applications
  • Shippers and trays for protecting and transporting disk drive components

With the newly offered Aramus-shaped 2D single-use bags, customers can customize shapes, sizes, and assembly configurations to better suit their available space and function requirements. This provides a more robust solution to match any customer’s manufacturing requirements. They have been designed to be resistant to extreme cold temperatures and to withstand gamma sterilization, making them an option for freezing, transporting, storing and thawing drug substances like COVID-19 vaccines, cell therapies and gene therapies.

Are you developing new technology for an existing application? Did you know your development work could be eligible for the R&D Tax Credit and you can receive up to 14% back on your expenses? Even if your development isn’t successful your work may still qualify for R&D credits (i.e. you don’t need to have a patent to qualify). To find out more, please contact a Swanson Reed R&D Specialist today or check out our free online eligibility test.

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