Saturday 6 February 2010

Freezer validation system

The weather has been extraordinary cold in many Northern Hemisphere regions this winter so the picture accompaning this release will summon up many memories.

MadgeTech has released their ULT90, an ultra-low temperature freezer validation system. It can be used for validation, mapping, stabilization studies and temperature surveys.

The ULT90 provides a complete temperature mapping and validation solution for freezers of all sizes and configurations. It includes Cryo-Temp data loggers, a USB docking station, MadgeTech’s Secure FDA 21 CFR Part 11 software and IQ/OQ/PQ validation protocols. The ULT90 can be fully customized to include user-specified quantities of each item in the system to accommodate specific applications.

The Cryo-Temp data logger can measure and record temperatures as low as -86°C and is splash resistant. To provide data integrity, and meet the requirements of FDA 21 CFR Part 11, the secure software includes electronic signatures, access codes, a secure data file and an audit trail.

For large freezers the software can graph datasets from multiple loggers to show variances in different parts of the freezer. This can reveal air stratification, hot spots and anomalies in chilling systems.

The ULT90 is available with 9 Cryo-Temps (ULT90-9), 15 Cryo-Temps (ULT90-15) or the system can be completely customized to meet the validation needs of a specific freezer (ULT90-Custom).

1 comment:

  1. We need to ensure that liquid nitrogen is stored in perfect condition. This has made the industry of 'controlled rate freezers' to grow at a fast pace to keep up with the demand. I am doing a paper on ‘Liquid Nitrogen, their uses and storing methods’ and found your post valuable.