Application Notes Complete List

N.1 – Principle of microbial air sampler by impact method on agar plate

N.2 – Microbiological Validation of Biohazard Cabinet and Laminar Flow Bench

N.3 – The use of Contact Plates for surface monitoring

N.4 – Staff training for food handlers

N.5 – Bioaerosol Glossary

N.6 – Sampling Plan

N.7 – Hands Monitoring in aseptic filling premises

N.8 – Legionella protocol according CDC USA

N.9 – Fungal Spore Control Ventilation (FSCV) in Hospital

N.10 – Airborne microbial Challenge Test for pharma packaging integrity

N.11 – Mycobacterium tuberculosis bioaerosol sampling

N.12 – Number of location and measurement for a reliable microbiological air testing

N.13 – Microbiological Air Monitoring in Operating Room

N.14 – Standard Operative Procedure for Microbial Air Sampling in Clean Room

N.15 – Trouble shooting in environmental monitoring

N.16 – Stainless Steel Aspirating head for microbiological air sampler

N.17 – Nosocomial Infections: Aspergillosis air sampling

N.18 – Compressed air microbiological monitoring

N.19 – Industrial air handlers microbiological monitoring

N.20 – Legionella aerosol monitoring

N.21 – Air Sampling Standard

N.22 – Microbial monitoring in closed environment: general suggestions

N.23 – Principle of microbial collection on agar surface by active air sampler

N.24 – Record of results.

N.25 – European Standard for biological Agents Monitoring in workplace atmosphere

N.26 – Maintenance and Calibration of air sampler according GMP and GLP – EN 14042

N.27 – Mapping for the Microbiological Environmental condition monitoring in food production

N.28 – USP Regulation 797

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N.30 – TRIO.BAS mod. Trio air sampler: WHY?

N.31 – Performances of TRIO.BAS air sampler according ISO 14698

N.32 – Result recording of the microbiological air monitoring in indoor environments

N.33 – Correct aseptic sampling during air sampling monitoring

N.34 – Positioning of microbiological air samplers in Clean Room and Controlled Environment


N.36 – The advantages of the use of a 3 heads air sampler in Clean Room

N.37 – The advantages of the use of a 3 heads air sampler in isolators and RABS

N.38 – Installation and use of TRIO.BAS MINI BlueTooth microbial air sampler

N.39 – Installation and use of TRIO.BAS MONO microbial air sampler

N.40 – Installation and use of TRIO.BAS DUO and TRIO microbial air samplers

N.41 – Evaluation of different microbial air samplers

N.42 – Suggested Frequency and Microbial Recovery rate of Sampling for Aseptic Processing Areas

N.43 – Available microbial air samplers for airborne microorganisms.

N.44 – Environmental Microbial Data interpretation in aseptic processing.

N.45 – Identification of microbial isolates

N.46 – Culture media and diluents – Selection of Growth Media in Cleanrooms, RABS, Isolator

N.47 – Glossary for Microbiological Air Environmental Monitoring

N.48 – The Bluetooth applications to transfer data from the TRIO.BAS microbiological air sampler.

N.49 – Simple tips to facilitate the phenotypic identification of aerobic microorganisms after collection and incubation in Petri dish.

N.50 – Ten suggestions to apply the Best Micro-Pipette Practice in microbiology

N.51 – Training of personnel in Cleanroom, Isolator, RABS according USP 38 – The United States Pharmacopeial – Document (1116) Aseptic Processing Environments – Page 1195

N.52 – Short course of microbiology for environmentalist

N.53 – The Barcode application in microbial environmental monitoring

N.54 – Application of MPN in microbial air environmental tests

N.55 – TRIO.BAS MINI Microbial Air Sampler Brief Illustrated Instructions

N.57 – SOP Microbial Compressed Air / Gas Sampling according ISO 8573-7

N.58 – Fumigazione

N.59 – Hole impact distribution

N.60 – Microrganism stress

N.61 – Choose and comparation of samplers

N.62 – Position of samplers in Cleanroom


N.64 – Full traceability

N.65 – Microbial air monitoring in Isolators

N.66 – Air sampling in Hospital

N.67 – Air sampling in food premises

N.68 – The ideal m/s speed of the impact air on agar surface of active air sampler

N.69 – TRIO.BAS Air Sampler Biological efficiency test according ISO 14698-1

N.70 – Test of spontneous generation

N.71 – TRIO.BAS GAS Microbial content in compressed air and gas – SOP Document


N.73 – Air sampler disinfection

N.74 – Routine monitoring of air quality required in areas used for compounding sterile preparations

N.75 – Sequential sampling

N.76 – SOP – Standard Operating Procedure for use, maintenance, calibration of “TRIO.BAS” microbiological air samplers

N.77 – Isolators, glove boxes, RABS, C-RABS: what are they and what are the differences?

N.78 – Microbial isolates identification according USP 38

N.79 – Culture medium and diluent USP 38

N.80 – Glossary according USP 38

N.81 – The Bluetooth applications to transfer data from the TRIO.BAS microbiological air sampler

N.82 – Sampling viable organisms by microbial active air samplers