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Thermo Fisher Scientific and Cleanroom Technology present a webinar looking at the key issues of media fill trials in aseptic processes for sterile pharmaceuticals
They have been specifically developed to address stringent pharmaceutical testing requirements
Stainless steel needs to be maintained through suitable surface finishing and cleaning methods. Nigel Willcock, 3M’s Abrasive Systems Division, discusses the properties of stainless steel and how to optimise its benefits
Biocides for use in cleaning products are expected to remain the largest industrial market
Replaces key high-touch surfaces with antimicrobial copper equivalents
NSF Health Sciences Medical Devices, which assists companies in navigating US and international regulatory hurdles from product inception through to marketing, discusses how to set up a dynamic sterilisation process to deal with a constantly changing manufacturing environment
Driven by growth in the Asia-Pacific region
Regular floor disinfection is a necessary part of cleanroom operation but such manual processes are difficult to validate. Margarete Witt-Mäckel and Dietmar Pfennig describe how suitably designed equipment can help
The timber-framed building could not be saved
A flexible and convenient system has been developed that impregnates wipes and mop covers with sporicides and other biocides on the day they are needed, maintaining biocidal peformance, argues Redditch Medical
Food manufacturers can now inspect for missing pieces and under/over fills plus contaminants
Cleanrooms consume large amounts of energy and it is common for power requirements to be specified based on norms without a clear understanding of the dynamics. Alexander Fedotov, Invar-project, considers steps to reduce energy consumption based on real examples and figures