Microbiology Testing ServicesMicrobes are active in the work place for all industrial applications; they can cause human illness, product spoilage and failure. Bacteria can also serve us in a positive form as well with treating environmental contamination and as a method for warding off harmful microbes. Monitoring microbiological activity plays an important part in our everyday lives through testing drinking water, air, food and medical products.

Pace Analytical’s microbiology testing services offers comprehensive testing and extensive experience with a wide variety of sample matrices. We provide testing services for environmental, biotechnology, healthcare and food industries. These services include detection, isolation, identification and confirmation of microbial organisms.

Pace Analytical, as part of their quality assurance plan participates in the EMPAT (Environmental Microbiology Proficiency Analytical Testing) Program. Our microbiologists are members of American Society for Microbiology and the Henrici Society.

  • Environmental Monitoring: (USEPA & APHA Standard Methods):
    • Drinking water, Wastewater (NPDES), Surface-water (Recreational)
    • Industrial Cooling (Legionella)
    • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) for bacterial, mold and fungal
  • Biotechnology and Healthcare Services (Medical Device, Pharmaceutical, Cosmetics):
    • USP, EP & JP Compendium Methods, cGMP/GLP Compliant
    • Endotoxins LAL (Kinetic Turbidimetric & Chromogenic), USP 85
    • Clean Rooms & Other Controlled Environments, USP 1116
    • Antimicrobial Efficacy, USP 51
    • Microbial Limits, USP 61
    • Bioburden, USP 1227
    • Sterility, USP 71
  • Food Manufacturing, FDA Testing requirements:
    • BAM, AOAC, ASTM and USDA Methods
    • Salmonella, Staphylococcus, E.coli
  • PCR (Polymer Chain Reaction) capabilities:
    • Bacteriostatic Challenge test for water treatment devices, ANSI/NSF 42
    • Microbial Reduction test for UV (Ultraviolet) Devices, ANSI/NSF 55

ASM, American Society for Microbiology www.asm.org

SIM, Society for Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology www.simbhq.org

MSA, Microscopy Society of America www.microscopy.org