Our next Validation Workshop will cover sensor selection and placement for Porous Load Autoclaves.
Our Managing Director Chris Maughan will be looking into the choosing the right thermocouples or data loggers for specific autoclave loads for example tubing, vessels etc.
The webinar will cover the best methods for placing and securing sensors to ensure the sensors can be repeatably placed in worst case locations.
If you would like to attend please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/9816261126308/WN_mK8gQQz0R9mlus-quEeLGgus02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/9816261126308/WN_mK8gQQz0R9mlus-quEeLGg
You can register for Free at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/5016238527815/WN_g4ABu9ihQY-EGKbQPQ-q5A
After the event the workshop will be uploaded to www.thermalcompliance.com where you will be able to watch this and all the previous validation workshops.
For more information about our warehouse mapping services please visit Warehouse Mapping
Our 4th Validation Workshop will be held on Thursday 10th June 2021, this months topic will be 'Humidity Mapping'.
Validation Workshops are Free to attend live where you can ask direct questions to the presenter or you can re watch after the event at www.thermalcompliance.com
The workshop covers the how Relative humidity is measured and how to perform a suitable calibration. If you would like to attend please register at the link below:
Choosing the best sensor for your validation is critical to the success of the project. Ensuring your sensors are placed in the right locations, have a suitable response time and are not excessively buffered.
At Thermal Compliance take pride in knowing we have a suitable sensor for almost any application. From 100's of rugged data loggers for Warehouse Mapping, through to high end fast response time and high accuracy sensors.
To ensure our training courses reflect industry practice, we would love to know more about your sensor usage for temperature mapping and validation. Please could you help us by completing the survey below:
Our next Validation Workshop will be on Humidity Mapping.
The 4th in our series of Validation Workshops will be available for Free on 10th June 2021. If you would like to attend, please register here
Don't worry if you cant make it, all of out Validation Workshops are recorded and available at www.thermalcompliance.com
Our Validation workshops are a series of Free webinars that are made of a 30 minute presentation followed by 30-45 minutes of Q&A. The focus of these events is to share knowledge and experience from all of the attendees.
If you would like to re-watch any of our previous workshops they are available at:
Validation Workshop 1 - Autoclave Wet Loads https://www.thermalcompliance.com/p/validation-workshop
Validation Workshop 2 - EN285 Thermometric Testing https://www.thermalcompliance.com/p/validation-workshop-en285-thermometric-testing
Validation Workshop 3 - CTU Temperature Mapping https://www.thermalcompliance.com/p/validation-workshop-temperature-mapping-ctus
You can tell a lot from an Autoclave Cycle design profile!
Often issues with Wet Loads, Superheat and Equilibration times failures are ‘resolved’ by cycle modification. This can be an extension of drying cycle, pulsing, heat up phase modifications or jacket temperature changes.
It’s important to fully understand the implications of the changes you make to your autoclave cycle. When failures arise we can often trace these back to cycle modifications in the past. Often these were thought to resolve historic failures, but often mask the real problem and lead to future failures.
If you experience any problems with Superheat, Wet Loads or Equilibration time failures please call us. Our lead consultant Chris Maughan would be more than happy to help identify the root cause of failures and provide advice on the best way to resolve the issue without impacting the performance of the cycle.
Our managing Director Chris Maughan will be presenting at the KENX Validation University in Puerto Rico.
The event will take place on 9-10 November 2020 and Chris will be looking into routine testing of Autoclaves. In his presentation he will look at Chemical and Biological Indicators. In addition he will also explore EN285 testing as a method of identifying issues with Wet Steam, Wet Loads and Superheat within the chamber.
The event can be attended virtually, if you would like to attend the event please visit www.kenx.org
Our Managing Director and Lead Consultant Chris Maughan will be presenting at this years KENX Validation and GMP university.
Chris will be presenting 'Autoclave Validation - Periodic Benchmark Testing'. In the presentation he will be covering the use Chemical indicators, Biological Indicators and Bowie Dick Tests. In addition to this he will alos be looking into Steam Quality Testing and EN285 Thermometric Testing.
You can attend in person at Philadelphia, PA or virtually, For more information please visit https://kenx.org/conferences/validation-and-gmp-university/