Flexible UKAS Scope Accreditation

Melbec Microbiology are proud to be the only contract testing laboratory to be awarded a flexible scope of accreditation for Phase 2, Step 1 biocidal suspension tests.

This means that, in addition to our fixed scope UKAS accreditation, we are also accredited to carry out any Phase 2, Step 1 test under our UKAS scope of accreditation i.e. for Medical, Veterinary or FIDI fields of application covering bactericidal, fungicidal, sporicidal and mycobactericidal.

So, for any Phase 2, Step 1 suspension tests e.g., EN 17126, EN 13624, EN 13727, EN 14348, EN 1656, EN 1657, we can test with UKAS accreditation. Having this flexible scope UKAS accreditation means these additions can be made without the need to wait for an assessment from the accreditation body (UKAS).

To learn more about how Melbec Microbiology can help you with your current testing requirements, give us a call on 01706 214492 to talk to our knowledgeable technical team.

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