Ebro from Xylem for Critical Parameter Measuring

The Ebro brand from Xylem has been supplying equipment for measuring critical parameters such as temperature, pressure and humidity for almost 50 years. Ebro is recognised as leader in its field, providing instrumentation critical for a range of industries, including food, medicine and pharmaceutical applications. 

The Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) system for food safety ensures that each step in the manufacture, storage and distribution of a food product is scientifically evaluated. Temperature measurement is obviously critical and Ebro can supply both high precision instruments, such as the TFX 430, with its PT 100 probe capable of measuring to 0.05°C, or basic handheld devices, such as the TLC 700, measuring to an accuracy of 0.5 °C.

It is especially important to monitor foodstuffs, and sensitive materials such as human tissue and blood during transport and the ebro EBI 300 USB data logger makes this simple with simple configuration and secure report generation via any PC.

Ebro data loggers can be used to validate washer disinfectors within the health industry, in accordance with ISO 15883, and DAC Universal and benchtop autoclaves in accordance with ISO 17665/DIN 58929. They are also ideal for checking oven temperatures.

The EBI 16 Bowie-Dick Test data logger kit is excellent for steam sterilisation audit trails within hospitals, in compliance with ISO 17665, EN ISO 11140-4 and DIN EN 285. This kit, when combined with winlog.evaluation software, provides a high precision alternative to traditional test strip validation.

The Ebro EBI 11 data loggers have also been used with dummy thermo-labile, flexible gastrocopes and bronchoscopes to evaluate the effectiveness of pressure and temperature inside an endoscope during cleaning to ensure proper sanitation.

Whatever the temperature measurement and recording required Ebro from Xylem can be relied on for accuracy and reliability. 

See the range of Life Science products from Xylem here.

Date added: 2016-06-30 11:58:56