Bacteriological Incubators are being heavily used in hospitals and pharmacies nowadays. Their primary usage is to help in controlling temperature at its required level to enhance bacterial culture growth. You can find the standard modes of this incubator in size as small as 28 liters while going all the way up to 340 liters so you can choose depending on your requirements.
Let’s dive into some of the specifications of this bacteriological incubator.
Pharmacies heavily rely on Pharma Refrigerator / Bacteriological Incubator for the protection of drugs and medicines. The refrigerator provides optimal conditions to the drugs to extend their shelf lives. The Pharma Refrigerator was constructed using a double wall polyurethane insulation, and the working chamber consists of a stainless steel mirror finish 304 grade. To further make daily activities easier, the refrigerator comes with LAN connectivity, SQL non-editable database, and efficient data management.
Introduction The contents here are to help in understanding the concept of calibration and the guidelines that are associated with it. The intent is also to share the most appropriate activities that ensure the quality of measurement; to the reader it can help as a framework to navigate their own calibration activity. Coincidentally calibration has been a field with which I began my career. Of course technology and guidelines have changed drastically since I first started. Although it is an essential action it does not get deserved recognition. The information is based on the internal calibration SOP Osworld follows for its Stability chambers and Incubator calibration. The method is based on legislation and regulations that govern calibration needs and we have also ensured that it meets customer expectation.
Why & how we choose HMI’s of Beiger Electronics, Sweden over other renowned brands for Osworld stability chambers When we were choosing the perfect HMI (Human Machine Interface) for our application we realized that while there are many leading brands such as Siemens, Schneider, Fuji we were deliberating on which will be the most suitable in performance, integration and scalability. The gut feeling within the team was to go with the high end models as the process demanded high efficiency and consistency. A highly difficult task considering the complexity of our application. After giving a good thought and doing a thorough evaluation we finally decided and zeroed on the Beijer model.
Drug discovery is slow, inefficient, and risky. It’s also costly—very costly. The median cost of developing a cancer drug, for example, is about (US)$680 million. Worldwide, the cost of developing a single drug exceeds (US)$2.5 billion.
When pharmaceutical companies invest millions in drug discovery, one thing’s certain: They want their products to retain quality, efficacy, and safety once they enter the marketplace. Stability testing ensures that a drug does so by determining both the shelf-life and the quality of a drug.