iBET's Biopilot Plant (BPP) is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment for development and testing of fermentation, extraction and purification processes. Its modular character also enables the autonomous and independent utilization of each unit operation step.
The BPP has been used for processing bacteria, yeast and fungi, as well as for virus production and animal cell utilization for the pharmaceutical, veterinary, cosmetic and agro-industrial. With production scales ranging from bench top to 300 L scale the Pilot Plant is equipped with all the adequate downstream equipment.
The fermentation, extraction and purification rooms are configured for biological containment (fully compliant with OECD and EU rules and directives) to allow production and processing using genetically modified organisms. Purification processes are carried out in explosion-proof rooms.
All equipments are conected through a CAN field-BUS network to a centralized control system (UBICON) so that all operations oh the Pilot Plant can be fully documented and controlled, also as a basis for cGMP dossiers.
For more information please visit iBET's Biopilot Plant Page