Controlled Environment Monitoring
A clean room is a controlled environment monitoring system in which the concentration of airborne particles is controlled to specified limits. Cleanrooms are usually found in electronics, pharmaceutical testing, biopharmaceutical, medical device testing and other industries with critical manufacturing environments.
Eliminating sub-micron airborne contamination is a process of environmental control. These contaminants are generated by people, processes, facilities and equipment. They must be continually removed from the air. The level to which these particles need to be removed depends upon the standards required.
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Environment Monitoring Processes
We provide the following assessments for your controlled environment monitoring tests.
- Temperature Control
- Humidity Control
- Particle Count Surveys
- Viable Microbe Surveys
- Viable Sampling of Air
- Viable Sampling of Surfaces
- Microorganism Identification
- Clean Room Disinfection Validation
Types of Tests
- Water Testing
- Standard Microbiology Methods
- For the Examination of Water and Wastewater
- Non-Tuberculosis Mycobacteria Test
- Other Environmental (Air, Water, Mold etc)
*Microbiology Tests Available Upon Request