Flagship Hydrogen Peroxide Gas Concentration Analyzer to be Showcased by Picarro at Pharma Congress 2018

Flagship Hydrogen Peroxide Gas Concentration Analyzer to be Showcased by Picarro at Pharma Congress 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 11, 2018

The Picarro PI2114 gas concentration analyzer enables remarkable new sensitivity metrics for isolator and aseptic filling processes measuring H2O2 levels as low as 3 ppb

Santa Clara, CA — April 11, 2018 — Picarro (booth #80) will display the leading-edge Hydrogen Peroxide Gas Concentration Analyzer to meet the increasingly stringent requirements of today’s GMP Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Applications at Pharma Congress Production and Technology 2018, April 24-25 in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Pharmaceutical manufacturers will find the solution they need to conform their products to GMP compliance while also realizing an optimized decontamination process and reduced manufacturing costs, at never-before seen limits of H2O2 detection.

Proven in use by major pharmaceutical and isolator manufacturer companies around the world, this patented Picarro laser spectroscopy technology offers the highest precision, most stable instrumentation for real-time VHP monitoring.

To learn more visit www.picarro.com and follow Picarro on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Contact:

Siiri Hage
Director, Marketing Communications
Picarro, Inc.
[email protected]

About Picarro

Picarro is a leading provider of solutions to measure greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations, trace gases and stable isotopes across many scientific applications. Our portfolio of gas analyzers and systems enables scientists around the world to measure GHGs, trace gases and stable isotopes found in the air we breathe, water we drink and land we harvest. Picarro’s industrial solutions range from mobile leak detection technology for utilities companies to trace gas analysis for semiconductor fabrication and pharmaceuticals isolators. Our patented Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CRDS) is at the heart of all Picarro instruments, enabling the detection of target molecules at parts per billion or better resolution.

April 11, 2018