Going 'Paperless' – Save Time And Improve Data Integrity: Cleanroom Environmental Monitoring
The intensely manual practices of cleanroom classification and routine monitoring are time-consuming and prone to data errors. Particle counter performance and accuracy can vary widely, leading to inaccurate particle counting data. By Tony Harrison, UK Subject Matter Expert to ISO Technical Committee 209 Working Group
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The Challenges With Real-Time Viable Particle Counters
While real-time viable particle counters offer significant potential benefits, they also present some new challenges to industry and regulators. This article will address the unique challenges associated with evaluating, testing, and validating this new family of RMM instruments.
Green Washing: A Sustainability Checklist
Planning a lab that meets today’s requirements for sustainability is a top demand for lab planners and architects. The U.S. Green Building Council certified its first LEED Building in 2002 and since then the movement to create sustainable buildings has put pressure on architects to become experts in environmental efficiency.
Fired Up: Combustible Dust Raises Explosive Issues
By now, most manufacturers are familiar with the story of combustible dust. They’ve read about it in the newspaper, Googled it online, watched it on CBS 60 Minutes special,1 or received a letter from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration informing them their facility is considered high-risk for a combustible dust explosion. By Paul R. Miller