Merck webinar: How to avoid cross-contamination during viable active air sampling in cleanrooms

The webinar will cover the essential points of air sampling units for use in high-grade cleanrooms, along with the requirements for the prevention of cross-contamination

When using viable air samplers for quantitative determination of airborne contamination in cleanrooms during aseptic manufacturing, it is important to maintain the cleanliness of the environment and ensure the exhaust air flow should neither disturb the unidirectional air flow nor pose a contamination risk.

Merck’s experts and webinar hosts, Dr Anne-Grit Klees, Dr Roland Durner and Tony Ancrum, will cover the essential points of air sampling units for use in high-grade cleanrooms, along with the requirements for the prevention of cross-contamination.

Key topics covered in the webinar:

  • Instrument selection tips and selection criteria for air samplers used in cleanrooms
  • Working environments & regulatory requirements
  • Measurements to prevent cross-contamination
  • Validation of an exhaust filter

Date:  Thursday, 5 December 2019

Time: 9:30 am CET (Paris), 3:30 pm CST (Beijing)

Duration: 1 hour

Register for the webinar here.

Speakers:

Dr Anne-Grit Klees, Global Product Manager, Environmental Monitoring, Merck KGaA

Roland Durner, Head of Sales and Marketing, MBV AG

Tony Ancrum, Global Product Manager, Environmental Monitoring, Merck KGaA

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