Clean Room Validation and Testing

If you have clean rooms, you need Microtest to ensure that they are truly clean ó and that they stay that way.

Microtestís environmental sciences group helps you maintain control of your controlled environment. Itís a proven resource for clean room testing needs arising from manufacturing of medical devices or pharmaceuticals, as well as sterile compounding in hospital pharmacies.

Count on Microtest to provide these and other clean room validation advantages:

  • Ensured regulatory compliance
  • Low or no process disruption
  • Less downtime
  • Greater productivity

Microtest investigates, identifies, locates, assess, and resolves contamination problems throughout your controlled spaces. Our work meets or exceeds applicable clean room testing requirements for regulatory regimes including the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the European Union (EU) Annex, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Our staff comprises highly trained microbiologists with long experience applying modern clean room validation technologies in all varieties of controlled environments. And our expertise and capabilities continue to grow. In recent years, Microtest has tripled its professional staff and doubled the size of its facilities with a $7.5 million investment in laboratories, people, and technology. Result: more resources for your specific clean room testing needs.

Clean Room Validation and Testing Services

To keep contamination risks in your controlled environment under control, call on Microtest for the following testing support:


     
 
 

Developing Environmental Monitoring Programs for the Ever-Changing Regulatory Landscape
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