Cleaning of Isolators and Bio-safety Cabinets

The manner in which pharmaceutical isolators, compounding aseptic isolators and bio-safety cabinets are used dictate the somewhat varied approach to cleaning and where applicable, disinfectio

Cleaning of Compounding Aseptic Isolators (CAIs) and Class II Biological Safety Cabinets (BSCs)

Compounding Aseptic Isolators and Class II biological safety cabinets are used in hospital pharmacies and other ...

Bibliography on Cleaning Cleanrooms

Books, Articles and Monographs

Controlling Electrostatic Attraction of Particles in Production Equipment

SEMI Document E78-0998 describes the elements of a static control program: these include grounding, static dissipative materials and air ionization. These elements are supported by personnel

ESD: Another kind of lethal contaminant?

As recently pointed out in this magazine, it only takes about 25 V of static electricity to functionally destroy an MR head.

ESD Safety in Cleanrooms: Natural vs. Man-made Materials

Electrostatic charge build-up in cleanrooms can produce higher levels of surface contamination, electrostatic discharges that damage integrated circuits, MR and GMR heads, and electromagnetic

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