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Update Regarding COVID-19

At Cryostar Industries Inc. & SEPS, Inc., the health and well-being of our customers, associates, and communities is our top priority. We understand the concern and uncertainty you may be experiencing surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and are committed to being responsive to the needs of our customers and associates as the situation evolves. Biosafety measures for protection from exposure to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19 is changing day to day. Lab personnel should adapt based on CDC, WHO, and OSHA standards. While general guidance, such as frequent hand washing still applies, those exposed to the virus need extra precautions.

Obviously, all of these precautions may not apply to every lab. The first task for any lab that has any exposure to COVID-19 – for testing or research purposes – should conduct a thorough hazard assessment. Follow our link to review steps and advice in this unprecedented time.

FAQs on Biosafety & COVID-19

Scientific Equipment Services   |   New York & Surrounding Areas

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Lab Equipment Certification

SEPS offers comprehensive certification services for BSC's, fume hoods, centrifuges, and other scientific equipment. SEPS technicians follow strict SEPS standard operating procedures (SOP) which remain in compliance with Federal and International Safety Guidelines. Furthermore, all biological safety cabinets (BSC’s) are certified to meet NSF-49 F guidelines and manufacture specifications.

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Pharmacy Compliance & Support

Need your pharmacy to be in compliance with USP 797 guidelines? SEPS is working close with CETA to help our clients comply and pass FDA inspection requirements. Additionally, we provide gap analysis consultations. For compliance deficiencies that are not covered in calibration and certification services, a gap analysis from SEPS will ensure pharmacy compliance.

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Equipment Decontamination

When your lab calls for an aseptic environment, SEPS has the solution. Our decontamination services will effectively neutralize all contaminants. Whether you need an entire room decontamination, or scientific equipment including Biosafety Cabinets, Incubators and Centrifuges, SEPS can help. Regardless of the size and scope of your project, you can rely on SEPS to insure the safe, timely, and effective neutralization of contaminants in you facility.

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About S.E.P.S.

With over 18 years of experience in certification, calibration and repair service our theme is "We are big enough to serve but small enough to care."

SEPS Inc., is committed to providing our customers with the highest quality of service in the controlled environment field. Each service we provide for our customers will be focused on complete customer satisfaction.

For the convenience of our customer SEPS stocks hepa filters, motors and other major parts – this will minimize downtime.

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Accreditations & Affiliations

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International Society for Biological and Environmental Responses (ISBER) logo
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NSF Accredited Biosafety Cabinet Field Certifier

S.E.P.S. Blog Updates

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Food Testing Labs: The Main Causes of Cross-Contamination

Cross-contamination is one of the most frequent causes of food borne illnesses. From bacteria to chemicals, heavy metals, and allergens, these can cause serious risks to consumer health. Unfortunately, cross-contamination can occur at any point in food production. Therefore, proper food safety requires preventive measures, and food testing against quality standards. When it comes to  … Read more

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The Safety Equipment That Absolutely Every Lab Must Have

Often, lab employees have to work with harmful chemicals, airborne agents, samples, contaminated tools and more. Depending on the industry or work, it’s impossible to find zero safety risks in each facility.  The most common lab injuries are burns, cuts, chemical irritation and inhalation. Therefore, it’s important for staff to introduce safety training topics and  … Read more

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5 Ways to Reinforce Health & Safety Practices In Your Lab 

Do you have concerns about your lab’s overall safety? Are your employees respecting your official protocol and precautions when it comes to potential hazards? Do you keep them up-to-date on the possible safety issues within the lab?  Working in a lab presents a lot of risks that employees need thorough training on to maintain safety  … Read more