Accessory Range for Cleanroom Environmental Monitoring Programmes
By Gill Power
Specialist Solutions Designed to Meet Rigorous Cleanroom Specifications
Bicester, UK, April 2013: Cherwell Laboratories, specialists in products for environmental monitoring and process validation to the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries, has introduced a range of stainless steel accessories for use within cleanroom environmental monitoring programmes.
Cherwell initially developed its range of settle plate stands to meet the specific requirements of environmental monitoring in a cleanroom environment following an approach by a pharmaceutical manufacturer. Available to hold either one or two plates, the stainless steel stands were designed to hold settle plates at a standard 115mm above a surface however alternative heights can be manufactured to meet specific requirements.
To complement the plate stands, Cherwell also manufactures stainless steel contact plate and petri dish carriers to aid handling and transportation around the laboratory. Holding up to 20 plates, the plate carriers are constructed with no fixings or difficult corners to facilitate cleaning and autoclaving. For additional practicality the units feature a swinging handle for transportation and rubber feet to ensure stability when the unit is put down.
At Cherwell Laboratories we have designed and produced settle plate stands and contact plate carriers to ensure you get the precise results from your EM program that you need. Our prepared media accessories are ready to order or can be made to match your specific requirements. These accessories will help transport and position settle and contact plates in optimum locations.
Andrew Barrow, Sales Manager, Cherwell Laboratories commented "We pride ourselves on our willingness and expertise to work with customers to provide an ideal solution to meet their individual needs". He added "Our stainless steel plate stands and carriers were designed to meet the specifications of environmental monitoring within a cleanroom environment, fulfilling our customer's specific requirement."
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