New Courses for Decontamination Validation Engineers!

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Tags: CPD, Decontamination Training, Engineer, Online Training, Validation


We have launched six brand new courses for our decontamination validation engineer subscribers.

A0 Thermal Disinfection & F0 Thermal Lethality

This course explains the terms A0 relating to thermal disinfection, and F0 relating to thermal lethality, values that test engineers are increasingly asked to calculate and include in their validation reports.

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Difference Between ‘Measurement Uncertainty’ & ‘Limit of Error of Measurement’

A complicated issue, ‘Measurement Uncertainties’ are often confused with ‘Limit of Error of Measurement’. This course looks to provide an overview of the two different terms.

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Interference, Bad Earths, & Common Sources of Error

Most engineers will at some point experience issues with getting their wired datalogger to run through a test smoothly, with probes ‘spiking’ during what should be a steady state condition.

This course highlights the causes of interference, bad earths, and common sources of error

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The Difference Between Bar Gauge & Bar Absolute

As a test engineer, it is very important to understand the difference between Bar Gauge and Bar Absolute, as you may find yourself testing either with the same set of test equipment. Confusion between the two, especially during calibration, can cause significant errors during the test which can’t be rectified easily.

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Thermocouples – Types & Variations Found in Decontamination Validation

There are several different types of thermocouple and multiple variations within these types. This course presents the most common, and those used for decontamination process thermal validation.

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Thermocouples – Making & Maintaining

Thermocouples are made and used all the time and there is not much more thought needed than that, until they stop working, something that every validation engineer will have experienced! It is therefore worth being aware of what a thermocouple is doing to prevent issues arising in the first place.

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ByMatthew Hardy