Expansion creates unforeseen complexities and challenges within supply chains. Communication breakdowns, competing priorities, and distraction from core competencies interrupt economies of scale. Valuable manufacturing space gets converted into storage space, order minimums become bloated, inventory swells, and eventually, quality and delivery times suffer.
Minncare and Actril are two examples of cold sterilants used for endoscope, dialysis, and cleanroom disinfection. Both are authorized as Class A sterilants by the EPA. Cold sterilants provide non-invasive sterilization of dental/surgical equipment such as pressure clamps, tubing clamps, blood pressure cuffs, mirrors, etc.
In this guide, you’ll learn about various installation methods, find detailed instructions, and also learn where you can buy the materials you’ll need for installation at your facility. The type of installation you choose requires consideration for the environment and subflooring within your facility.
USP <1072> outlines decontamination practices for critical environments.In this post, we’ll outline the types of chemical disinfectants and sterilants used in cleanrooms and laboratories. This includes isopropyl alcohol, bleach, formaldehyde, hydrogen peroxide, and peracetic acid.
BenchPro™ cabinets, drawers, and accessories are guaranteed for 25 years of use. This includes every component and every function. If you don’t see the perfect cabinet for your application, seek assistance by calling our sales specialists or get started online by using our custom cabinet configurator.
A cleanroom air handling unit (AHU) is a cornerstone of temperature, humidity, and pressurization within controlled environments. Today, modular fan filter units allow more adaptable configuration with simplified maintenance procedure. Both systems serve conditioned and filtered air throughout a cleanroom facility.
Our friends at Simco-Ion sent us this brilliant guide to ESD cleanrooms design, principles, and other considerations. Download the PDF you’ll find case studies and technical information about how static charges influence particle retention and impact manufacturing outcomes in controlled environments. Below we’ve highlighted important ideas in relation to medical device cleanrooms and provide additional resources.
Differing package sizes, bulk counts, edge types, material options, cloth size, weights, ISO class, substrates, ionic levels…comparing cleanroom wipes is mind numbing. 50% of leading cleanroom wipe advertisers don’t even offer prices online! Here’s the guide to buying cleanroom wipes that stay on-budget.
Does a HEPA filter capture ultrafine particles (UFPs). What toxins does 3D printing produce? Why should every 3D printer have both a activated carbon and HEPA filter?
SMTA is a great opportunity to catch up with electronics control assembly professionals from across the US, particularly the Midwest. Over four days of sessions, you’ll get insights from industry leaders that help you reduce defects and improve control processes:
For communication satellites that remain within earth’s orbit, an ISO Class 6-8 cleanroom allows sufficient particle and contaminant control. Cleanroom engineers design each space so that particles from production surfaces are whisked away from critical components. A combination of softwall production areas and hardwall cleanroom facilities provide isolation of critical tasks.