Pure Air Testing, Inc. is an independent, full service testing and certification company. Pure Air Testing, Inc. tests Biological Safety Cabinet, Laminar Flow Devices, Chemical Fume Hoods, USP clean rooms and HEPA filtered ventilation systems and we also provide decontamination services.
We are strictly a service company that offers a completely unbiased evaluation of your equipment or product(s). We are committed to provide the highest quality workmanship and service at a competitive price, without sacrificing customer service.
We understand the many facets and complex inter-relationship of your equipment’s performance and can evaluate the data and readings to give you a comprehensive view of how the device is performing. Our testing procedures verify your equipment is functioning properly with national, industry, and customer specified certification standards.
Our testing equipment is state of the art, N.I.S.T traceable for reliable, precise readings. All calibration certificates are available to the customer per their request. Our reports are generated immediately and easy to review and understand. Read more about Pure Air Testing, Inc. services to see how we can help you.
We are certifying that the cabinet is working as the manufacturer specified. The certifier performs the primary test required for certification.
Recommendations and requirements to certify biological safety cabinets come from a variety of sources. All manufacturers and NSF International recommend field certification of biological safety cabinets on an annual basis. Individual state boards of pharmacy require certification of biological safety cabinets used in pharmacies. Most universities require the user’s of biological safety cabinets with a biological safety level 2 and above to be certified at least once a year.
A certification with minor adjustments should take approximately 30 minutes to 45 minutes. Major adjustments could take up to an hour. The length of time depends on the condition of BSC, number of, or severity of adjustments, the size and type of BSC, and if repairs need to be made to certify the BSC.
A surface decontamination should be done with at least 70% isopropyl. Therefore, all contents should be removed from the BSC, and users should plan for the BSC to be unavailable for at least 1 hour during certification.
The cost is the same for all types and classes of BSC. The cost would only increase if the user requests additional tests outside of the primary tests required for certification. Example Light, sound, Vibration, electrical and Particle counts.