ESC Takes Part in the 2019 ISPE Annual Meeting and Expo
October 27, 2019 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsLas Vegas, NV - The team at Environmental Systems Corporation (ESC) cannot wait to take part in this year's ISPE Annual Meeting and Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada at Caesars Palace, October 27th - 30th.
"This is going to be a tremendous event and we're thrilled to be presenting the smartHEPA and our new IoT 4.0 ready Fan Filter Module technology at the Discovery Stage," said Vern Solomon, President, ESC. The smartHEPA is currently the critical environment and cleanroom industry's smartest, most efficient and regulatory compliant HEPA fan filter module. It is particularly appealing to organizations that are facing overhead space restrictions, as it has the lowest profile with a pre-filter, and can be as little as 2" top clearance.
"We took part in the ISPE Product Show in Boston last month and saw an absolutely incredible response for the smartHEPA," said Aaron Styles, Vice President of ESC.
"This reaffirmed that there is a serious demand for innovation in this sector, particularly when it comes to modular and energy-efficient HEPAs."
ESC's forward-thinking innovation has made them one of the cleanroom sector's fastest-growing companies. Recently, they were recognized by Canadian Business and Maclean's Magazine who ranked ESC No. 138 on the annual Growth 500, the definitive ranking of Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies.
They are thrilled to be taking part in this weekend's festivities and they invite all to come see them at Booth 111.
About The 2019 ISPE Annual Meeting and Expo
This signature event draws pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical professionals at all levels of the industry from young professionals to the most senior executives in drug manufacturing, supply chain, devices equipment and services, and global regulatory agencies.
About Environmental Systems Corporation
Environmental Systems Corporation designs critical environments and builds cleanrooms to ISO 14644 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 Requirements. Our custom manufacturing of the air handling systems for critical environments gives us the advantage of understanding one of the most important aspects of the cleanroom; the close tolerance control of temperature, humidity, air changes and cleanroom pressures to provide cascading pressure differentials.