Mean Kinetic Temperature in GxP Environments: Why is it important?


Mean kinetic temperature (MKT) is defined as the isothermal temperature that corresponds to the kinetic effects of a time-temperature distribution.  This white paper provides your team with the full understanding of MKT and how it is used to ensure shelf life, quality and safety of products.  

Key topics include: 

  • Regulatory Body and Definitions
  • When and where to use Mean Kinetic Temperature
  • Ways to calculate Mean Kinetic temperature

Discover how MKT was first developed for controlled room temperature storage in warehouses and how it was later implemented across other life science applications. 



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