Learn About Our New Technology Center

Our new technology center in Billerica, Massachusetts will open in early 2022. Visit our booth to learn how we can use our new center to help you solve your cold-chain challenges. See our solutions for high-density cell banking, single-use technologies, filtration and purification, clean storage options, particle characterization, and specialty chemical capabilities.

We combine product innovation with quick-turn customization to deliver critical solutions for your upstream and downstream needs. Our comprehensive set of bag solutions, bioreactors, mixing systems, and microcarrier and cell separation systems meet the emerging requirements of fast-growing, single-use bioprocessing applications.

Join Entegris at INTERPHEX in booth 1145 to learn more. 


Lessons from Semiconductor to Speed Innovation in Life Sciences

Tuesday, October 19 | 1:15 pm – 2:00 pm
Stage 2

Join Entegris Vice President of Life Sciences, John B. Lynch, Ph.D. for his presentation Lessons from Semiconductor to Speed Innovation in Life Sciences where he will discuss the critical importance of reliable on time supply of high-quality process tools that are an integrated part of the manufacturing environment and how this is a vital part of production for both the semiconductor and life sciences industries.

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Low-Temperature Bioprocessing

Entegris is in a unique position to help you overcome these low-temperature manufacturing challenges by offering Aramus™ single-use bag assemblies designed for extreme cold temperatures, and by partnering with qualified equipment manufacturers specializing in reliable, cold-chain containment. 

Cold Temperature Bioprocessing

Aramus™ single-use bag assemblies are ideal for cold chain collection and storage. Our single-layer fluoropolymer provides gamma stability with low extactables and leachables (E&L) and has a wide operating temperature range.

High-density Cell Banking

High-density cell banking (HDCB) intensifies the upstream process by providing a much larger volume of highly concentrated cells to start a production run. This process can shorten seed train by several weeks. HDCB allows high cell concentrations in larger volumes to be stored at -80°C for limited periods or in liquid nitrogen vapor for extended periods.