Is your Pharmacy cleanroom USP <797> compliant? Make the right choice, invest in the Buck Bio-Culture and be compliant.
In order to educate compounding pharmacist to be compliant with recent changes in USP <797> standards, the International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding (IJPC) has published 2 articles in which specifications of various microbial air samplers have been provided. A.P. Buck Inc. is proud to announce that its Buck Bio-Culture pump model B30120 has been used by compounding pharmacists in order to meet USP <797> standards and their testimonials are published in these articles. Please follow the links to download the articles. Fees may apply to non members of IJPC for downloading the articles.
May/June 2008 Issue
Microbial Air-Sampling Equipment, Part 1: Meeting United States Pharmacopeia Chapter <797> Standards, By Eric S. Kastango
July/August 2008 Issue
Microbial Air-Sampling Equipment, Part 2: Experiences of Compounding Pharmacists, By Bill Mixon, Joe Cabaleiro, Kenneth S. Latta , Jane Vail
The Buck Bio-Culture™ pump, provides a selectable, continuous, constant sample flowrate and is simple to operate. Its quiet operation allows unobtrusive sampling in IAQ, medical, clean room, public and residential building applications.
The front key pad is organized into three functional key groups: Power (ON-OFF), Timing (1, 2, 5, 10 minute samples), and Calibration (Cal mode, Increase flow, Decrease flow). Positive tactile feedback is provided by the keys. The Buck Bio-Culture™ Pump has internal NiCad batteries to provide a full six hours continuous run time at 100LPM. The standard charger provides a battery recharge in 12-16 hours and allows the unit to operate on AC power; the optional FastOne™ Charger provides a battery recharge in one hour. End of sample notice is provided by the lit LED “Complete” and three short beeps.
* Optional Calibration Head Part no. APB-708500 required to change flow and calibrate the Bio-Culture Pumps.
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