webinar

New monitoring methods improve compliance, reduce costs

Supported by:

20 March 2012

Supported by:

20 March 2012

cleanroom compliance

This webinar presents experts in the fields of monitoring and compliance and pharmaceutical water and cleanroom facility standards:

  • Regulation:
    Breaking news on the revision of ISO 14644 and 14698
  • Water systems:
    How to meet EP TOC requirements with an on-line TOC analyzer designed for PAT and Real-Time-Release
  • Cleanrooms:
    New paperless methods solve problems for monitoring airborne particles

What attendees learnt during this webinar:

  • How to stop using paper printouts for particle counting results while maintaining 21 CFR part 11 Compliance
  • How to meet EP TOC requirements with an on-line TOC analyzer designed for PAT and Real-Time-Release
  • What changes can we expect in ISO 14644 and 14698

Supported by HACH LANGE

HACH LANGE focus on improving existing applications and developing new ones. For example, the LDO optical procedure can save our customers huge amounts of time in the laboratory as it dispenses with the need to spend hours calibrating sensors. What’s more, LDO sensors offer precise measurement while remaining impervious to contamination deposits. The company is continuing to grow and already has 22 subsidiaries around the world, including branches across Europe, China and the USA.
Find out more: www.uk.hach.com

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