Steve Kochevar, Aerosol and Gas Product Line Manager and John Kearns, Regional Sales Manager, showcased aerosol monitoring products at Space Tech Expo 2019.
Kim Jong-choul, country manager of American semiconductor systems provider, Particle Measuring System, says all his life as an engineer and CEO of a research center has been about problem-solving.
The recent revision of ISO 14644-1 and-2 has introduced several changes for cleanroom classification and monitoring guidelines. This paper highlights the major changes in the new ISO 14644-1 compared to the previous version, as well as the possible impact on the Pharmaceutical EU GMP Annex 1 and FDA Aseptic Processing Guideline.
Aerospace greets a new dawn: Private companies now compete for opportunities to explore the boundaries of space. These ongoing aerospace opportunities demand newer ideas for detecting and reducing particulate contamination. Fewer particle-induced defects lead to higher yields, lower cost and greater reinvestments in aerospace development. Combined with the rapid advances in microelectromechanical systems (MEMs), detecting nanoparticles is critical. There are emerging particle counting technologies for aerospace industries that give data analysis to help decisions on mission-critical operations and minimize particulates in processes.