Articles from the January/February issue of Controlled Environments.
What to Look For in Controlled Environments in 2018
by MaryBeth DiDonna, Editor, Controlled Environments
Welcome to Controlled Environments’ first issue of 2018! We look forward to bringing you more original, exclusive, and exciting content related to cleanrooms and contamination control this year.
How Classification Impacts the Design of a Cleanroom
by Charles Lipeles, MECART
Cleanroom design elements are impacted by cleanroom classifications.
Controlling Ventilation Rates at University Research Laboratories
by Markus Schaufele, MS, CSP, Northwestern University
The laboratory ventilation system makes up the majority of electricity demand.
Avoiding the “Killer Defect”
by Robert Kravitz
Even when safeguards are taken, contamination in a cleanroom still occurs.
FDA Updates Guidance on Electronic Records, Signatures
by Bikash Chatterjee, Pharmatech Associates
What to expect from the FDA’s Updated Guidance on Use of Electronic Records & Electronic Signatures in Clinical Investigations under Part 11.
How It Works: Monitoring Cleanroom Air Flow
There are several types of ventilation system setups commonly used in cleanrooms — each of which are put in place to remove contaminants from the environment and help meet and maintain cleanroom standards.
Cleanroom Tip: Ladder Safety in the Cleanroom Lab
by Chris Filardi, Werner Co.
Ladder safety is a perennial resident on OSHA’s top 10 most-cited safety violations list.