TSI provides a number of solutions for cleanroom applications, helping customers ensure regulatory compliance, enhance safety of products, and improve quality.  Key products include BioTrak™ Viable Real-Time Particle Counters, AeroTrak ® Airborne Particle Counters and Facility Monitoring Software (FMS).  These products assist customers in monitoring and classifying cleanrooms, and in finding the root cause of contamination events.  

Viable Particle Detection 

In Pharmaceutical, Biotech, and Medical Device cleanrooms, it is imperative that Quality Control leaders know if any airborne contaminants put products at risk - immediately.  It is also important to understand what the contaminants are, and their origin.  Important environmental measurements, like airborne viable particle measurements, assist with keeping processes in control and with helping to find the root cause of unwanted events.  TSI BioTrak Real-Time Viable Particle Counters utilize patented fluorescence detection technology to monitor cleanrooms for viable particles and other potential contaminants.      

Solutions for Monitoring and Classification 

Classifying your cleanrooms to the designed level of cleanliness helps to ensure compliance, safety, and operational effectiveness.  Continuously monitoring your cleanrooms provides real-time information to help address potential events as they happen and provides supporting data when performing a root cause analysis.  With over 40 years of experience in particle counting, TSI's AeroTrak Particle Counters provide accurate measurements along with easy reporting. 

Additional Applications
  • Airflow Testing and Certification
  • HEPA Filter Testing
  • Testing Isolators

NEW: BioTrak Real-Time Viable Particle Counter


TSI introduces an innovative Portable Viable Particle Counter for monitoring of clean room facilities.  This product combines total airborne particle counts, viable particle counts using patented technology, and integrated sample collection in one instrument.   


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