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The deadline for USP 800 compliance has come and gone. Don't worry, we're here to help!

USP 800 compliance requires negative pressure in the C-SCA which can be monitored and logged with the Rooster Pressure100.
Manage and Monitor Negative Air Pressure in a segregated compounding area (C-SCA).
Monitor USP 800 compliant airflow safety and achieve OSHA or NSF-49/ANSI compliance with Rooster Airflow Alarm.
Ensure air flow safety with full-time tracking of air velocities in Biosafety Cabinets and Chemical Fume Hoods.
USP 800 compliant air flow management with a glove-friendly touch-screen monitor.
Measure air velocity and temperature and configure alarm set points with this glove-friendly sensor.
USP 800 compliant labs with biosafety cabinet air flow that is tested with a smoke wand fog generator.
Visualize air flow inside the Biosafety Cabinet or Fume Hood with a smoke wand fog generator.

What is USP 800 Compliance? Need Help?

The focus of USP 800 is the mandates for handling hazardous drugs in compounding pharmacies, medical centers, and hospital pharmacies. The intent is to add protection for workers and pharmacists but the regulations go beyond the physical handling and include facility design.

But, the UPS <800> Deadline of December 1, 2019 has come and passed, and many pharmacies are under pressure because they STILL are NOT in compliance. To make matters worse, it’s not immediately clear what is required. Understanding and planning for these changes while going about daily business is a big challenge. We get it and we’re here to help.

Here are some of the ways that we can help:
  • Solutions for Monitoring and Data Logging of Air Pressure - ensuring negative pressure in the C-SCA (containment segregated compounding area)
  • Full-time Tracking of Air Velocities within Biosafety Cabinets (BSC), Chemical Fume Hoods, and Exhaust Systems - ensuring that air movement never falls below user-defined thresholds
  • Provide Alarm Capability - by retrofitting biosafety cabinets and fume hoods with a fast, reliable, and affordable way to monitor airflow safety and achieve OSHA or NSF-49/ANSI compliance
How to Monitor & Record Air Pressure

USP 800 Negative Pressure Requirement

Establishing negative pressure is one thing, but some facilities struggle with managing it. Managing it in terms of monitoring it and performing data logging. This is where our product, Rooster™ Pressure100, comes in. The Rooster™ Pressure100 monitors, alarms, and logs, pressure, temperature and humidity data at the room level, to help bring your facility into compliance.

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