Application Note

Best Practices For The Design And Manufacture Of Radiopharmaceutical Containment Hot Cells, Isolators, And Gloveboxes

Source: Dec Group

By Craig Johnson, Nuclear Containment Subject Matter Expert, at Walker Barrier System

Dec Group Feature

Walker Barrier Systems has developed an industry resource used as a best practices guide during design-build of hot cells, isolators and glovebox development for use in radiopharmaceutical, research and government operations. This hot cell design impact diagram addresses a number of OHS, regulatory and process requirements imperative to the delivery of critical containment systems. It is also used to assist in the development of P&ID and mechanical drawings and/or production of 3D models and calculations. The model specifically identifies areas and information which is likely to be required to meet Design Requirement Specification (DRS) and Functional Requirement Specification (FRS), regardless of if that is developed for the client or jointly.

Here we explain how you can use this tool to determine possible design interaction subjects between users and designers.


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