Electronic access control systems can manage cleanroom security and cleanliness.
Labor- and time-intensive particle counting documentation can be streamlined with a USB memory drive.
Letter From the Editor - November/December 2012
To compete in the global photovoltaic market, manufacturers should take critical cleaning cues from the other industries.
Restricted access barriers and isolators are growing in popularity, but raise cleaning, cost, and compliance questions.
Air filter requirements are based on science and real-life testing, not calculated data. There are several key factors in selecting air filters to optimize energy consumption.
A defining decision each facilities professional must make is how to configure their building management system.
A facility monitoring system plays an important role in supporting the ICH Q8, Q9, and Q10 guidelines in the pharmaceutical industry.
When considering the risk versus the benefits, peracetic acid is one of the better choices for cleanroom disinfection and is being used by more biopharmaceutical companies.
Contractors can do the cleaning but cleanliness levels ultimately are the owner’s responsibility.
Standards and recommended practices establish guidelines for compliance with the Food Safety Modernization Act.
Letter From the Editor - October 2012
At Purdue University’s Birck Nanotechnology Center, the facility’s form continues to drive research functions.
With space—and capital—at a premium, accurate planning and creativity can convert offices into clean laboratories.
As energy prices spiral, the cost to supply clean air and protect people and contamination from a specific manufacturing process increases, along with an awareness and expectation to protect the environment.