?Expanded Pilot Plant
Grace Albany operates a second pilot plant that includes a 100-gallon Hastelloy? reactor. This additional pilot capacity enhances our ability to fulfill smaller orders and pilot processes to support for large scale manufacturing.
2000-Gallon Hastelloy? Reactor
Grace installed a 2000-gallon Hastelloy? reactor to enhance our cryogenic capabilities and enable us to perform fluorination chemistry at large scale.
1.6m Diameter DAC Column Capabilities
Grace expanded chromatography capabilities by adding a 1.6m diameter dynamic axial compression column to perform large-scale normal phase purifications where crystallization is not an option.
1290 Industrial Way
Albany, Oregon 97322
Grace Albany Fine Chemicals
Strategically located on the U.S. West Coast, Grace's Albany, OR, site is designed to meet customers' highest quality, regulatory, and confidentiality expectations for the manufacture of fine chemicals and intermediates. Our talented team of chemical development and manufacturing experts supported by a comprehensive cGMP environment, help customers in the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, food and beverage, chemical processing, and other industries solve their most complex challenges.
?Grace Albany's facilities and quality systems have been audited and qualified for cGMP manufacture and hold ISO9001 certification. Additionally, we are Halal and Kosher certified for specific products.
Kilos-to-Tons Manufacturing Capabilities
- Low Temperature (-80o C)
- Air Sensitive Products
- Pyrophoric Reagents
- Fractional Distillation
- Continuous Processing
- Process Scale Chromatographic Purification
- Large lab with 12 R&D dedicated fume hoods
- R&D includes highly-qualified Process Development, Optimization & Research teams
- 6 – Ph.D, 4-MS, 5-BS, 3-Tech, 2-3 BS/MS level interns
- Development and scale up to 50L working volume
- Asymmetric Hydrogenation
- Dynamic Kinetic Resolution
- Enzymatic Resolution
- Chiral Pool
- Chemical Resolution
- Directed Alkylation
- HPLC / HPLC-MS / HPLC-CAD / HPLC-ELSD
- GC / GC-MS / GC-HS
- FTIR / NMR
- Standard Wet Chemistry (USP and internal methods)?