The storage vessels are connected with electronic transmitters and alarms for continuous monitoring and alert triggers through SMS and E-Mail to ensure quick recoveries in the event of temperature fluctuations.
The buildings are designed for their seismic zone classification, and all units are stored at a level above ground to avoid submergence during floods. Should the units need to be moved to an off-site location as a precautionary measure, they can be quickly loaded on trucks supported with power and refrigeration supply.
The facility has a 24*7 high-security cover and enabled with electronic access controls that limit access and is also monitored through CCTV-cameras.
With dual fail-over for power through UPS and DG systems, and dual fail-over for refrigeration through in-tank buffer and large external bulk-tank there is enough back-up to ensure self-sufficiency for ~1 month, which is substantially enough to make alternate arrangements
Stem cells are separated in sterile processing suites, and under closed conditions wherever possible to minimize external exposure
Equipments used for processing are best-in-class and are largely imported from reputed manufacturers with substantial experience in stem cell processing
Processing records are captured electronically thereby avoiding tedious paperwork and manual errors
Our protocols are validated, verified routinely, and benchmarked against international standards to ensure highest recovery of stem cells
Our labs participate routinely in third-party verification and accreditation programs thereby providing added assurance on supreme quality standards
Data from the equipments are directly pushed to the central Lab Information Management Systems thereby avoiding scope for manual errors whilst also enabling e-access for client viewing on a real-time basis
Testing equipments are of high-throughput, largely automated, and equipped with barcode scanners
All samples scheduled for testing are barcoded at source to ensure traceability through the entire cycle