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Antimicrobial Test Labs Offers Complimentary Consulting and Study Design for Antimicrobial Devices

June 28, 2013

Antimicrobial Test Laboratories (ATL), an independent, GLP-compliant testing facility in Round Rock, Texas, has announced complimentary consulting and study design for manufacturers of antimicrobial devices.

Round Rock, TX (PRWEB) June 28, 2013

Antimicrobial Test Laboratories (ATL), an independent, GLP-compliant testing facility in Round Rock, Texas, has announced complimentary consulting and study design for manufacturers of antimicrobial devices.

Company president, Dr. Benjamin Tanner said: “Since EPA does not generally review performance data for antimicrobial devices prior to sale, well-designed, robust testing carried out by independent laboratories is doubly important. To make sure Antimicrobial Test Laboratories stays at the forefront of developments in this rapidly changing field, I have authorized the staff to help design antimicrobial device studies and write custom testing protocols without charge.”

Antimicrobial Test Laboratories' facility makes it especially well-suited to device testing. In addition to two special 1,500 and 3,350 square foot device testing rooms, the laboratory has a large 5,000 square foot room with a 13-foot ceiling; a perfect place to set up nearly any custom device test.

The staff at Antimicrobial Test Laboratories is highly-educated and experienced with regard to study design, running hundreds of custom studies each year. Additionally, the laboratory maintains a collection of nearly 300 different microorganisms, ranging from Clostridium difficile to MRSA and VRE.

Devices tested at the laboratory include: Hand-held Ultraviolet (UV) Light Devices, Air Purification Systems, Ozone-producing devices, Whole-room Fogger Disinfectants, Steam Vapor Disinfection Systems, and Air Purifiers.

Recently, Antimicrobial Test Laboratories designed a custom device study to suit the specific needs of Zadro, Inc. For Zadro, microbiology manager Dr. Grosse-Siestrup used knowledge gained while earning his Ph.D. in Infectious Diseases, to put together an elegant, streamlined design for the Nano-UV™ device, keeping in mind how this device would be used by consumers. The study investigated kill of microorganisms over time and conveyed the results in a clear and concise manner, with a study report that included visual representation of exactly how the device was tested.

“It was important to design the study in a way so that it has a real world application and makes it reproducible,” says Dr. Grosse-Siestrup, who puts an emphasis on building a relationship between the study sponsors and ATL to learn and discuss the objective of the projects in which he participates.

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