Clean Air and Containment Review

Editor: John Neiger
Publisher: Euromed Communications

Out now: CACR (Clean Air and Containment Review) Issue 49 2023 Number One

  • Airborne particle counting with an LSAPC
    W Whyte
  • Particle deposition rate application ISO standard to control contamination by macro and visible particles
    Koos Agricola
  • Environmental Monitoring in Advanced Therapeutic Medicinal Products (ATMP) facilities
    Mark Hallworth
  • Control of viruses within cleanrooms: A review of disinfectant agents
    Tim Sandle
  • The turbulent history of Vapour Phase Hydrogen Peroxide (VPHP) bio-decontamination
    Tim Coles, Rick Nieskes and James Agalloco
  • ISO Technical Report* 14644-21 is set to join the ISO 14644 family
    John Hargreaves and Andrew Watson
  • Book review: Cleanroom Technology by William Whyte
    Reviewed by John Neiger

Clean Air and Containment Review, launched in January 2010, is a quarterly journal aimed at users, specifiers, designers, manufacturers, installers and testers of cleanrooms and clean air and containment equipment.

Recent issues have covered: Proposed changes to ISO 14644 Parts 1 and 2 • Measurement of air volumes • Selection of active air samplers • Energy management systems • How the Birmingham small pox incident shaped the development of MSCs • Why 5µm particles deposit in sample tubing •

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