Salvus, LLC, a CJB company, showcased its new facility, expanded capabilities and research developments.
Projections for the new facility include supporting an additional 50-75 employees in the fields of science, engineering, biology, technology and precision manufacturing over the next three years based on needs and ramp-up speed with partner companies. The new facility features multiple lab areas to develop, produce and run target-specific analysis, or assays, as well as manufacturing and packaging space to prepare, assemble and package the technology components to meet commercial demands.
Salvus continues sponsored research with Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), the original developers of the interferometric detection technology, in the areas of health care, environmental sciences, food safety and agriculture. At the recent Poultry Tech Summit, Salvus shared results from cooperative research and development with GTRI that focused on monitoring and regulating levels of peracetic acid (PAA), which is highly effective as a sanitizer against bacteria like Campylobacter and Salmonella, during poultry processing.