Proven processes for bioburden reduction on packaging materials.
Microbial bioburden on packaging materials used in manufacturing can have a significant impact not just on the product it’s protecting, but also on an organization’s finances and reputation. It is therefore vital to have a reliable, quality-controlled process to sterilize or sanitize packaging prior to use. STERIS Applied Sterilization Technologies (AST) provides both microbial reduction and sterilization services for packaging.
Packaging bioburden control for the food and drink industry
STERIS AST can process packaging materials utilizing our non-invasive technologies, which can provide microbial reduction in a range of products including:
- Plastic containers
- Bag-in-box liners
Packaging microbial bioburden control for the cosmetics and toiletries industry
STERIS AST can achieve microbial reduction on a range of packaging materials for the cosmetics and toiletries industry.
Packaging sterilization services for the pharmaceutical industry
STERIS AST is a trusted sterilization expert. Our packaging sterilization services are used on a range of medical device and pharmaceutical products.
Supporting Microbiological Laboratories Services
All STERIS AST sterilization services are supported by an expanding network of laboratories offering microbiological and analytical testing.
Research and Development
Our R&D facilities routinely carry out research on the suitability of sterilization processing technologies for a number of different polymers, adhesives, inks, and other material.
STERIS Consumer Products Services Advantages:
- High quality, cost-effective product processing
- Widespread network of sterilization facilities
- Multi-disciplinary technical staff and on-site quality assurance personnel
- Detailed certification of your decontamination process
- Dedicated radiation and ethylene oxide technology centers
STERIS AST operates under a quality system that is in compliance with 21 CFR Part 820 and applicable sections of 21 CFR Part 211. In addition, STERIS is registered to the ISO 13485 Quality Standards and adheres to the requirements of ISO 11137 (Radiation) and ISO 11135 (EO).