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SteriVal® Validation Kit

SteriVal<sup>®</sup> Validation Kit

Product code: TV1001

Tel: +44 (0)1582 501980 (Sales)

Email: sales@helapet.co.uk



SteriVal® is a comprehensive test kit containing everything required to successfully assess and validate an Aseptic Production Unit's (APU) method of material transfer. SteriVal® Kits can enable users to assess new staff and procedure validations, or to highlight any potential areas for improvement.

Developed in conjunction with NHS Wales, SteriVal® Kits are an essential tool for technical staff who require accurate bio-burden and disinfection assessments of products being transferred into cleanroom facilities. An economic solution for in- house testing, each kit has material for up to six tests and one control supporting fast and accurate validations.

The SteriVal® method has a proven bio-burden retrieval rate of 80%*

* Hiom S.J., Lowe C, Oldcorne M. (2004). Validation of Disinfection in Hospital Pharmacy Aseptic Units. Pharmaceutical Journal Vol 272, 15th May. P611-614



Procedure sheet
Report sheet
7 x 1000ml EVA bag
310ml recovery diluent (0.1% peptone water, 0.1% tween 80)
50ml Tryptone soya broth
1 x 5ml msl syringe
1 x 10ml msl syringe
1 x 20ml msl syringe
7 x 50ml msl syringe
4 x 18mm needle vent
15 x 16g needles
7 x 0.45um field monitor (plus red cap)
12 x SteriClean Prep Pads


Part Code Product Name Size Sterility Sales Unit
TV1001 SteriVal® Transfer Validation Kit 6 tests & 1 control non-sterile 1 pc/pck

Features and Benefits

  • Excellent bio-burden assessment tool for aseptic transfer
  • Increased accuracy over swabs and contact plates
  • Contains material for up to six tests
  • Filters out bacteria using various media
  • Developed in conjunction with NHS Wales
  • Cost effective all-in-one kit compared to individual items

Helapet Ltd
t: 0800 0 328 428 / +44 (0)1582 501 980  •  f: +44 (0)1582 501 981  •  e: sales@helapet.co.uk
Lister House, Blackburn Road, Houghton Regis, Bedfordshire, LU5 5BQ, United Kingdom

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