Cherwell to Exhibit at Pharmig PCT Contamination Event

Improving microbiological quality in Pharmaceuticals, Cosmetics & Toiletries

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Bicester, UK, February 2013: Cherwell Laboratories, specialists in products for environmental monitoring and process validation, will be supporting microbiologists from the Pharmaceutical, Cosmetics and Toiletries Industries at Pharmig’s 2013 PCT Contamination Control event.

The event, to be held at the Oxford Belfry Hotel on 26 - 27th February, will focus on continued improvement in quality within Pharmaceutical, Cosmetics and Toiletries manufacturing. Cherwell representatives will be available throughout the event to offer practical advice and solutions tailored to meet individual customers’ specific microbiological requirements. A selection of Cherwell’s comprehensive range of products, designed for environmental monitoring and process validation applications, will also be on display.

With over 40 years’ experience in the industry, Cherwell offers specialist solutions for both passive and active air sampling of controlled spaces. Redipor® prepared microbiological media is available in a variety of formats, including contact plates and three sizes of Petri dishes for air and surface sampling. Whereas SAS microbial air samplers provide a robust, reliable and economical method for active environmental monitoring using standard agar contact plates or petri dishes. Cherwell’s expertise ensures the best advice and solution is provided to all customers.

Andrew Barrow, Sales Manager, Cherwell Laboratories said, “We look forward to supporting this important contamination control event as it is focused on the continued improvement of quality in the Pharmaceutical, Cosmetics and Toiletries Industries. In addition to our range of products for both active and passive environmental monitoring, we will also present our range of biological indicators and DataTrace® wireless data loggers which are ideal for sterilisation monitoring and process validation applications.”

 

 

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