Technology Scotland recently caught up with our member, PMT GB for our Member Spotlight series. We find out about who PMT GB are, what they do, and much more! Take a look below and get to know them.
What does your organisation do?
PMT (GB) has been dedicated to contamination control and monitoring instrumentation for more than 20 years.
We are a UK based company with offices in Malvern Worcestershire and Rosyth Scotland. We are also part of a group of 5 companies covering mainland Europe employing more than 60 people which gives us a vast knowledge and experience base to call upon.
PMT (GB) Ltd can provide both a complete turn-key Environmental Facility Monitoring System to meet a client’s requirements, or offer individual stand-alone instruments including a comprehensive range of Optical Particle Counters (OPC’s) and “classical agar-based” Active Air Samplers (AAS’s) as well as Surface Particle Counters and Particle Deposition Monitors.
For microbial monitoring, we are Industry Leaders in real time and rapid instruments for Air and Water, meeting current Annex 1 GMP Guidelines and capable of seeing and reporting on single organisms or following bioburden trending.
Additionally, we offer oil and liquid particle counters for pure water, Chemicals and Corrosive Acid, we also have a range Electrostatic Elimination and Detection equipment.
Our aim is to create solutions for the customer that not only satisfies their needs but also meets regulatory requirements and offers state of the art technology, whilst operating within budgetary constraints.
PMT (GB) can support the customer from initial request, solution design, equipment supply, IQ/OQ documentation and execution. Full support for maintenance and calibration both on-site and in-house to National or ISO17025 Standards.
We can provide a “one stop shop” for a complete Contamination Control package, covering Air, Water and Surfaces, for viable / non-viable particles and ESD.
PMT (GB) Ltd are also the only ISO17025 (UKAS) accredited organisation in the UK for particle counter and air sampler calibrations both in our laboratory and at the customer site – the latter being highly important for instruments employed in critical areas.