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Instrument Technology Moves into Process Development Laboratories

Calibration of measurement instruments is essential to ensuring that the device performs as per its original specifications, thus avoiding measurement inaccuracy and guaranteeing reliable and repeatable results. The process of calibration typically involves verifying, or configuring the performance of an instrument by using it to test samples of one or more known values.

In the life sciences field, regulatory authorities have imposed strict guidelines on the calibration and verification of measurement devices. Typically, compliance is required to be checked at all stages of the drug development process from process development to large-scale manufacturing. Different sensors used at each phase of the process require separate calibration procedures and records.

However, technological advancements in modern measurement instruments have made it possible to use the same apparatus at all stages of the development process – simplifying regulatory record-keeping and facilitating ease of calibration, compliance, and verification.

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pH Sensors – Calibrate the Sensors, Clean the Sensor or Perform a Calibration Check?

To ensure reliable, efficient operations, it’s crucial that industrial manufacturing companies establish proper procedures and systems for regularly maintaining and calibrating facility equipment. These procedures usually include various types of inspections and tests.

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