Cherwell Provides Practical Microbiological Solutions at PHSS 2013
By Gill Power
PHSS Annual Members Conference 2013, Microbial Aspects of Cleanroom Manufacture
Bicester, UK, September 2013: Cherwell Laboratories, will be offering expert knowledge and demonstrating their comprehensive range of specialist environmental monitoring and process validation products at the forthcoming PHSS Annual Members Conference 2013, Microbial Aspects of Cleanroom Manufacture.
The annual conference, to be held at Wychwood Park Hotel, Crewe on 9th & 10th October 2013, coincides with the release of the new PHSS Bio-contamination technical monograph 20. Presentations throughout the event, which is free-to-attend for PHSS members, will feature key aspects of Bio-contamination management as detailed in this new publication.
Andrew Barrow, Sales Manager, Cherwell Laboratories commented, “This event will provide an invaluable insight into Bio-contamination management and the new PHSS technical monograph 20.” He added, “Cherwell will be available throughout the event to share practical ideas with delegates on their specific environmental monitoring or process validation requirements”.
With over 40 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sciences industry, Cherwell Laboratories has developed a specialist range of products to meet the specific requirements of environmental monitoring and process validation. The Cherwell range includes Redipor prepared media; a selection of petri dishes, settle plates, bottled media, broth bags, vials and ampoules. Other products in the range include SAS microbial air samplers for a variety of environmental monitoring applications and biological indicators for the validation of sterilisation processes.
For more information about our environmental monitoring and process validation product range please contact us.
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