Cleanroom

A specially constructed space environmentally controlled with respect to airborne particles (size and count), temperature, humidity, air pressure, airflow patterns, air motion, and lighting.

Technical
Cleanrooms and laboratories can save a significant amount of energy by reducing airflow of air handling units (AHUs) after closing hours. Although challenging, airflow reduction is a successful energy reduction measure and has been implemented within the energy reduction program of Janssen Vaccines...
Features
Cell and gene therapies are the latest revolution in medicine manufacturing. Unlike small molecules or traditional biotech products, these therapies introduce cells and genes into a patient to treat the underlying cause of a disease—they are living medicines.
InTouch
ISPE Thailand cohosted “Cleanroom Testing and Certification,” a joint meeting between the affiliate and the Thai Industrial Pharmacist Association on 2–3 May 2017 at the Ambassador Hotel Bangkok. The meeting drew 250 attendees—including 30 from the Thai...
Special Reports
In 1961, while working at Sandia Laboratory in New Mexico, Willis Whitfield and his colleagues developed the world’s first cleanroom and clean benches. These developments were instrumental for the electronics, aerospace, and later, pharmaceutical...
Training
Good operational practices may be the key to good cGMP operations. A poor facility design can weaken even the best operations. In this webinar, learn key hallmarks of good heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC...
Training
This classroom course focuses on common issues and problems in the operation of a facility and maintaining readiness for cGMP inspection. Topics....