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4th PDA Europe Annual Meeting

Jun 25 2019 - Jun 26 2019 Hilton Amsterdam, Apollolaan 138, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 12 https://www.pda.org/global-event-calendar/event-detail/4th-pda-europe-annual-meeting

TSI exhibits contamination control solutions at 4th PDA Europe Annual ConferenceThe theme for the 4th PDA Europe Annual Meeting is, 'Global Healthcare of the Present and the Future.' This 2-day conference in Amsterdam will cover relevant topics to pharmaceutical manufacturers and other professionals, including digitalization and automation.

TSI contamination control solutions serve pharmaceutical organizations worldwide. At the 4th PDA Europe Annual Meeting, the TSI team from Aachen, Germany will exhibit instruments to manage and maintain product quality and measure contamination in pharmaceutical cleanrooms and laboratories.

In addition to visiting TSI in booth 12 at the 4th PDA Europe Annual Meeting, we encourage you to visit the Poster Sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr. Stefan Weber of Merck will present a research poster that features TSI’s BioTrak Real-Time Viable Particle Counter and shows its value as a troubleshooting and investigative tool for controlled and uncontrolled environments.

The poster details are as follows:

  • Utility of the BioTrak® Real-Time Viable Particle Counter for Non-GMP Investigation of Cleanroom Environmental Conditions | The BioTrak® real-time viable particle counter provides real-time detection of viable microbes and total particles in controlled and uncontrolled environments. Through the use of lasers, it can simultaneously measure, in real time, particles in the air and the viable microorganisms contained therein. At our facility, the BioTrak® has been approved for non-GMP use in classified and unclassified areas as a troubleshooting and non-GMP investigational tool. The BioTrak® is used for quickly assessing conditions to pinpoint concerns, then standard GMP methods are used to develop the GMP data needed to close the issue. Using the instrument in this manner cuts approximately 1 week of time and significant amounts of labor from investigations. The results demonstrate that the BioTrak® can be a powerful troubleshooting tool, even when it is not qualified for GMP use.  With time and acceptance of the alternative data output of the instrument, we hope to be able to qualify it for GMP use.