New Whitepaper: Controlling contamination with a cleanroom monitoring programme

“Contamination within a cleanroom is caused by the non-intentional or accidental introduction of viable or non-viable particulates. 

“Supplementing cleanroom validation with in-house testing as part of a defined monitoring programme, will give greater visibility on a cleanroom’s performance. Monitoring results can be used for trend analysis by comparing data with subsequent air samples, and alert and action levels can be set for results that vary outside what has been deemed to be an acceptable threshold. Monitoring can be achieved through in-house testing using scheduled or fixed monitoring.  

“Read the whitepaper to find out more.”

John Merrill | Aftersales & Validation Lead at Connect 2 Cleanrooms