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Parameter Generation and Control Launches New Catalog "Pharmaceutical Stability Solutions"
Date:10/2/2009

PGC launches a new website to go along with their new catalog: pharmaceuticalstability.com

Black Mountain, NC (PRWEB) October 2, 2009 -- Parameter Generation and Control, Inc (PGC) and its sister company Precision Stability Storage, LLC (PSS) have combined their resources in a new catalog and web site called "Pharmaceutical Stability Solutions". This brochure and website consolidates the equipment and services both companies offer to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and nutraceutical stability industries.

PharmaceuticalStability.com

PGC has been supplying stability rooms and stability chambers to the pharmaceutical industry for over 30 years. The precision of PGC's control and uniformity for temperature and humidity allows for "problem free" mapping validations. The PGC equipment is very cost effective and has low energy requirements.

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PGC also offers complete validation services including full stability validation (IQ, OQ, and PQ) as well as FAT and SAT. PGC provides a unique blend of technical expertise, regulatory compliance insight, and practical hands-on operating experience.

PSS is a cGMP facility that offers "off-site" stability storage. This is an extremely cost effective alternative to providing stability chambers "in-house". PSS also provides for short term stability storage requirements, back up contingencies for existing stability storage, and over flow needs.


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