Leading bioprocessing institute to use QUBE aseptic workstation from Bioquell


NIBRT in Dublin, Ireland installs a QUBE M19 in fill/finish laboratory

A latest-generation isolator from Bioquell has been installed at the National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training (NIBRT) in Dublin, Ireland. The Bioquell QUBE, a flexible aseptic workstation, is now up and running to assist with continual professional development at this leading institute for the life sciences industry.

From order to installation it took Bioquell only 12 weeks to provide this state-of-the-art technology to the Institute. NIBRT is a global centre of excellence which replicates a modern bioprocessing plant and offers the biopharma industry a unique opportunity to access top-level training and research facilities.

The modularity of the Bioquell QUBE allows a bespoke solution for the end user. In this case, Bioquell manufactured a QUBE M19 for NIBRT’s fill-finish lab. This four-glove aseptic workstation features a two-glove separated decontamination unit and a material transfer device. It is fully integrated with rapid hydrogen peroxide vapour (HPV) decontamination to deliver ISO5/Grade A conditions.

Michael Wood, Bioquell Ireland’s Life Sciences Sales Representative, said: 'The training courses provided at NIBRT are an excellent insight into the biopharma industry. The Institute is an exceptional facility hosting the latest in biopharma technology. Bioquell is delighted to sponsor the installation of the Qube at NIBRT and we look forward to introducing new Bioquell technologies to NIBRT in the coming years.'

NIBRT’s Director of Projects, Killian O’Driscoll, added: 'NIBRT is delighted to be partnering with Bioquell on its innovative Qube M19 technology which will further enhance NIBRT’s ability to provide market leading training and research solutions to our biopharma clients.'

Sign up for your free email newsletter

To view the Qube M19 and the other configurations available visit Bioquell’s online tool.

Featured Companies

See also