BioLaz™ Real-Time Detection of Biological Organisms in Controlled Environments
Particle Measuring Systems offers their innovative instrument, the BioLaz™ Real-Time Microbial Monitor for rapid detection of airborne biological organisms in controlled environments.
The BioLaz™ Real-Time Microbial Monitor provides immediate notification when biological particles are present and real-time verification of biological activity levels during aseptic manufacturing or other operations. This significantly improves the ability to demonstrate control over clean environments.
The BioLaz uses a proven solid state laser-based optical technology for the detection of biological organisms. Air is drawn into the system and if biological particles are present, they fluoresce and are counted in real-time. The BioLaz Real-Time Microbial Monitor's benefits include:
Environmental Monitoring Integration
The BioLaz integrated with traditional environmental monitoring methods such as settling plates, active air samples, and particle counters, can lead to improved compliance and potential cost reductions. Particle Measuring Systems provides turn-key systems with traditional particle and microbial monitoring, combined with rapid microbial detection into one complete environmental monitoring solution.
Please visit our web site at www.pmeasuring.com to view an introductory video detailing the 'BioLaz™ Real-Time Microbial Monitors operations and capabilities.
Particle Measuring Systems is the global leader in environmental monitoring technology, with 40 years of experience providing solutions for particle and microbial monitoring for companies with cleanroom manufacturing environments. As the inventor of laser-based particle counters, Particle Measuring Systems sets the standard for particle monitors in pharmaceutical, nanomaterial, aerospace, integrated circuit and electronics manufacturing.
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Posted on May 8, 2012