YOUR LABORATORY EXPERT IN ANALYSING YOUR CRITICAL PROCESS
As part of your compliance with GMP requirements, PIC’S PE10, Good Cell Therapy Practices, Tissue Bank, Good IVF / MAP, Hospital Pharmacy Practices, NFS 90-351, Superior Health Council …
HeX LAB processes and analyzes all your microbiological samples related to the control of the biocontamination of crititical environments (industrial and pharmaceutical cleanrooms and healthcare establishments …).
HeX LAB supports you in validating the effectiveness of decontamination, disinfection and sterilization equipment (autoclaves, washer-disinfectors, waste sorting systems, Vaporized disinfection processes, sterilization and disinfection cycles, etc.).
HeX LAB conducts microbiological tests on medical devices, medicines, cosmetics and biocides.
HeX LAB participates in microbiological expertise audits in the event of contamination incidents (industrial manufacturing, nosocomial infections, etc.) by performing laboratory tests.
offers you a range of tests
Water system: Decree 21/01/2010, Royal Decree of 14/01/2002
Water for standard treatments: Water guide (2002), CSS n°8364
Domestic hot water: Decree CSH 7509 (2002), Decree of 1st February 2010 - Method: NF T90-431
Water for Hydrotherapy pools: Royal Decree of 14/01/2002, Decree of 18/01/2002
Spa water: Royal Decree of 14/01/2002,) Water Guide (2002)
Bacteriologically controlled water: Water Guide (2002), CSS n°8364
Water for dialysis: European Pharmacopoeia 6.3, USP and JP
Purified Water (European Pharmacopoeia 6.3) USP and JP
Water for Injectable Preparations (European Pharmacopoeia 6.3) USP and JP
Highly purified water (European Pharmacopoeia 6.3)
Microbiological sampling of Cosmetics
Detection of micro-organisms (EN ISO 18415)
Assessment of antimicrobial protection (EN ISO 11930)
Enumeration of bacteria (EN ISO 21149)
Enumeration of yeasts and moulds (EN ISO 16212)
Detection of Staphylococcus aureus (EN ISO 22718)
Detection of Pseudomonas aeruginosa (EN ISO 22717)
Detection of Candida albicans (EN ISO 18416)
Detection of Escherichia coli (EN ISO 21150)