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LAW understands the criticality of the key components related to your calibration programs for the BIOTECH sector, including-

  • Regulatory Compliance:In the biotech sector, it’s crucial to follow the rules like the FDA, GMP, and ISO standards.
  • Instrument Calibration:It is essential to keep equipment used in biotech processes, like lab instruments, manufacturing equipment, and analytical devices. Doing so can help maintain accuracy and consistency.
  • Validation Protocols:Developing and implementing validation protocols to verify the performance and suitability of equipment for intended use, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements.
  • Documentation:It is necessary to keep detailed documentation of calibration procedures, outcomes, and validation reports. This is important to demonstrate compliance and monitor equipment performance over time.
  • Traceability:Making sure that the calibration standards and reference materials we use for the calibration process are traceable according to globally accepted standards.
  • Qualified Personnel:Employing skilled and experienced professionals who can perform accurate and consistent calibrations in compliance with industry norms and regulations.

Prepared to Handle the Following Instrumentation:

  • Pipettes:Precise calibration of pipettes is required for accurate volume measurements in laboratory settings, guaranteeing consistent findings in biotech experiments and analysis.
  • Thermal Cyclers:The calibration of thermal cyclers ensures accurate temperature control and uniform heating and cooling cycles, which are critical for PCR amplification and other nucleic acid-based techniques in biotech research and diagnostics.
  • pH Meters:It is essential to calibrate pH meters as it can help maintain accurate pH measurements. These measurements are required for various biotech applications such as cell culture, fermentation, and enzyme reactions.
  • Spectrophotometers:Calibration of spectrophotometers guarantees accuracy in the measurement of absorbance and transmittance, which is required for quantifying biomolecules like DNA, RNA, and proteins in biotech experiments.
  • Environmental Monitoring Systems:Calibration of environmental monitoring systems provides the precision and reliability of sensors that measure parameters such as temperature, humidity, and air quality, which is critical for maintaining controlled settings in biotech facilities.
  • Centrifuges:It is necessary to calibrate centrifuges to get proper rotation speeds and g-force that are essential to separate biological samples such as cells, proteins, and nucleic acids in biotech processes.
  • Autoclaves:The calibration of autoclaves verifies sterilization parameters such as temperature, pressure, and time, which are essential for decontaminating laboratory equipment and media in biotech facilities.
  • Incubators:It is necessary to calibrate temperature and humidity levels in incubators as they can help maintain optimal conditions for cell culture, microbial growth, and enzyme reactions in biotech laboratories.
  • Balances and Scales:In order to get an accurate measurement of sample weights that are required to prepare reagents, media, and samples in biotech experiments and manufacturing processes, it is essential to calibrate balances and scales.
  • Liquid Handling Systems:Automated liquid handling systems are calibrated to provide accurate liquid dispensing and transfer, which is critical for high-throughput screening, assay development, and sample preparation in biotech laboratories.

Biotech Capabilities

Areas We Serve

We offer professional calibration services in the following regions

  • Maine
  • Vermont
  • New Hampshire
  • Massachusetts
  • New York
  • Rhode Island
  • Connecticut
  • New Jersey
  • Delaware
  • Maryland
  • Virginia