Letter From the Editor - September 2012
Automatic doors can provide safe cleanroom access for workers, while maintaining room cleanliness and pressure levels.
Building information modeling (BIM) can maintain all the necessary information about a facility throughout its life cycle.
An integrated workflow—using carbon dioxide spray cleaning—can reduce contamination and increase yields.
Can environmental goals meld with production challenges? Controlled environment practices may be the ingredient for success.
Can solvent-based cleaning users and air quality regulators find a workable solution? Specifications defined in Europe can be a model for other regions to follow.
A list of five simple steps you can take to optimize your resinous floor and wall system applications.
There are many benefits to using isolator technology for aseptic processing.
Decontamination is a pivotal part of any culturing protocol to eliminate contamination from various micro-organisms.
Selecting the best cleanroom wiper for a particular application requires an unbiased scientific assessment of the available data for any given wiper.
There is a vast amount of technical information to consider when selecting static-free flooring in controlled environments—and it would be short-sighted to look for shortcuts in the process.
Gowning procedures begin at home with daily bathing or showering, shaving, brushing of teeth and hair, and application of non-silicone containing skin moisturizers to reduce skin flakes.
Every cleanroom ISO Class 7 or cleaner should have an anteroom for gowning, set off from the larger cleanroom with softwall curtains at least.
ESD control garments can be identified by three specific types.