For most managers of critical cleaning operations, drying is synonymous with evaporation.
What analytical test should you use?
In my last editorial I spoke about the challenges facing the FDA and industry with regard to the effectiveness of the current regulatory structure.
The world-wide need for the development of replacement human tissue, via regenerative medicine and stem cell applications, has resulted in the development of a cleanroom and laboratory research facility at Loughborough University.
Purchasing a workbench or workstation may at first seem like a simple task.
Understanding Cleanroom Design and Construction Requirements If you browse through any bookstore, you will notice a large section devoted to “Do It Yourself” books on a variety of subjects. While this is a current rage, magnified by the poor state of the economy, there are still some projects best left to the experts.
Nanotechnology is an emerging technology being investigated in many industries, and nanofibers are an important part.
According to a study it’s a commonplace assumption that powerful leaders with a "controlling and target-driven approach" are essential in tough economic times. However, quite the opposite was found proving leaders need to switch to a much more subtle, people-centered approach.
Dynamic smoke studies can be extremely valuable to determine if the combination of airflow and activity will result in risky patterns of flow that could draw contamination into the critical zones.
How can you tell if your organization is teetering toward disengagement? Here are four common warning signs. None of them will surprise you, but from time to time you should remind yourself just how ominous they are.
“How do I know if I have AMC?” Hopefully, you are not suspicious of airborne molecular contamination because of poor yield or customer complaints.
We’ve come a long way since the late 1800s when the first “cleanrooms” were found in hospitals.
A familiar client called. He wanted me to be at his manufacturing plant ASAP to inspect his rinsing system, to tell his management that it was fine, and to stop bugging him about it. He said he was doing things the right way.
Increasing Productivity and Reducing Operating Costs of Cleanroom Operations
In a climate of pandemics, acquired immune diseases, and common viruses, the demand for products claiming to have anti-microbial properties has risen substantially.