Monday 3 February 2014

Modern approaches to cleanroom design (article)

Cleanrooms are the protective shell of many pharmaceutical processes and have been are use in both the electronics and life sciences sectors. Although the concept of the ‘cleanroom’ dates back to the assembly of gyroscopes in World War II, considerable advances have been made in their design and operation.

In a new article for Controlled Environments, Tim Sandle surveys the current construction, assembly, certification and on-going testing of cleanrooms in today’s environment of compliance and safety.

The article includes an overview of the qualification process and the usefulness of computational fluid dynamics. To access the article and the current issue of Controlled Environments click here.

The reference is:

Sandle, T. (2014) Modern Approaches to Pharam Cleanroom Design, Controlled Environments, 17 (1): 8-10

Posted by Tim Sandle

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