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What is Thermal Validation and Why is it so Important?

What is Thermal Validation and Why is it so Important?

Still a vague concept for some, an essential step for others.

Julie Marcheteau

Charles Nodot, Country Manager at Ellab France and Romandy (CH), was invited by Paroles d’experts to introduce this interesting topic in a short video!

Thermal Validation, a Key Step for Manufacturers

Thermal validation is a mandatory and standardized step in production centers, R&D departments, laboratories, sterile supply centers, etc. Manufacturers are required to secure and control their heat treatment processes to ensure the safety of patients and consumers, as Charles Nodot, Director of Ellab France, explains.


“Ellab supports these companies in the validation of their processes such as sterilization, freeze-drying, pasteurization, washer-disinfectors, autoclaves, stability chambers, incubators and many others.”

Charles Nodot

Directeur France & Suisse Romande

Protecting Patients and Consumers While Preventing Financial Losses

The quality, safety and integrity of pharmaceutical and food products are crucial, which is why these sectors are subject to many controls. Poor storage conditions, faulty equipment or a door left open can all be detrimental during an audit or product launch. All these elements also represent a significant financial stake, as the loss of a batch, for example in the pharmaceutical industry, can represent several thousand euros.

Ellab’s role is to prevent these situations and to provide greater peace of mind to manufacturers, but also to consumers and patients.

Essential and Complementary Offers

Since 2019, Ellab also offers a complementary solution to its customers, monitoring solutions. These monitoring instruments allow you to monitor, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and wherever you are, many parameters such as temperature, humidity, pressure for example in laboratories, production areas, warehouses, hospitals or even museums. This is a real advantage for companies, as they not only limit the number of suppliers, but also benefit from a single partner for validation and monitoring operations.

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Watch the Interview with Charles Nodot

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