Controlling contamination through an effective monitoring programme
"Contamination within a cleanroom is caused by the non-intentional or accidental introduction of viable or non-viable particulates. Whether organisations’ primary concern is controlling micro-organisms for regulatory and safety requirements, or physical contamination for yield and quality control reasons, third-party validation testing is employed to provide certification of a cleanroom’s performance for regulatory purposes.
"In this whitepaper, I explain how in-house testing as part of a defined monitoring programme, will give greater visibility on a cleanroom’s performance."
John Merrill | Aftersales & Validation Lead at Connect 2 Cleanrooms
How Cleanroom Design Impacts Process Flow
Read the whitepaper on the importance of considering process flow for your cleanroom at the design s...Read more
ISO 14644-1:2015 Compliant Cleanroom Monitoring
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Decentralised Air Handling for Cleanrooms
Read the whitepaper on why we typically favour a decentralised approach to air handling over a centr...Read more