• series by Applied Microspheres is a product line consisting of polystyrene particle suspensions with precisely defined numbers of particles. It is designed for pharmaceutical quality control laboratories to facilitate calibration and validation processes for liquid particle counters. Laboratories observing QC protocols meeting the US, Japanese and Korean Pharmacopeia requirements, are obliged to use standards supplied or defined by the US, Japanese or Korean Pharmacopeia organisations to perform mandatory (6 monthly) tests. PharmaCount™ US, Pharma- Count™ JP and PharmaCount™ Bi-Cal meet the specifications of these standards and are therefore ideally suited to perform (intermediate) tests to ensure that their instruments are always correctly calibrated, thereby safeguarding USP, JP and KP compliancy.
  • A validation for the performance of liquid particle counters with Thermo Scientific™ Validex™ Count Precision Size Standards. Excellent for instrument calibration and verification in the drinking water industry and for low level liquid particle counting and calibration. This product contains NIST™-traceable polymer particles packaged in ultrapure water at concentrations ideal for use in validating the performance of liquid particle counters. Particle counting in the drinking water industry has rapidly become an indispensable technology for optimizing water quality. The majority of particle counters used in the drinking water industry operate on the principle of single particle light obscuration.
  • A validation for the performance of liquid particle counters with Thermo Scientific™ Validex™ Count Precision Size Standards. Excellent for instrument calibration and verification in the drinking water industry and for low level liquid particle counting and calibration. This product contains NIST™-traceable polymer particles packaged in ultrapure water at concentrations ideal for use in validating the performance of liquid particle counters. Particle counting in the drinking water industry has rapidly become an indispensable technology for optimizing water quality. The majority of particle counters used in the drinking water industry operate on the principle of single particle light obscuration.
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