Understanding ISO Standards: ISO 14644-2:2015 Cleanroom Monitoring

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28 February 2017

Supported by:

28 February 2017

Understanding ISO Standards: ISO 14644-2:2015 Cleanroom Monitoring

ISO 14644-2:2015 is not only a new standard with which to be compliant, but is also a beneficial tool to use in achieving mature cleanroom environmental control. This webinar provides a review of the changes and how they affect your environment monitoring.

Keynote speaker

Daniele Pandolfi, Global Product Line Manager, Aerosol, Life Sciences Division, Particle Measuring Systems

Daniele Pandolfi, Particle Measuring Systems regulations webinarDaniele Pandolfi has over eleven years’ experience in particle counter instrumentation and cleanroom contamination control, building close customer relationships. He helps customers to solve their cGMP issues.

Supported by Particle Measuring Systems

Particle Measuring Systems (PMS) sets the standard for contamination monitoring. With more than 60 patents, they create the technology that enables you to make fact-based decisions, improve process yield and comply with changing regulatory requirements. They understand the challenges their customers face and keep up with your changing needs by actively participating in industry, trade and technology groups. With more than 420 employees, they have over 35 distributors and local sales and services in more than 70 countries. 
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20 responses to “Understanding ISO Standards: ISO 14644-2:2015 Cleanroom Monitoring”

  1. umar latif says:

    Really looking forward to get insights of the topic by great speaker on via webinar..


  2. ayugi says:

    i hope it will improve our environmental controls.


  3. ayugi says:

    i hope to get a copy in print.


  4. Elizabeth Bennett says:

    Thank you

  5. Zorica says:

    interesting webinar

  6. Dear Daniele Pandolfi,

    New published ISO 14644-2:2015 standard focused on Monitoring. Before 2015, ISO 14644-2:2000 (Withdrawn) had periodic test interval approach but now we have only

    “Periodic classification testing shall be undertaken annually in accordance with ISO 14644-1. This frequency can be extended based on risk assessment, the extent of the monitoring system.”

    so, we need to talk about new test interval approach for main tests and ancillary tests.

    We’re glad to see this kind of value-added webinars.


    Ahmet Kemal Babacan

    • Hi Ahemet

      I will discuss this during today’s webinar, providing some alternative guidelines to be followed in order to identify the best monitoring frequency (for example the WHO guidelines).



  7. gracias por preparar estos webinars

  8. Clint Walker says:


    I’ve read the ISO standard, and scratching my head to see what the GMP / Regulatory bodies will do. Will they accept it verbatim?
    It also seems like an opportunity to reduce sample time in Grade A areas … if you’re not using 5um but a smaller particle size … lots of questions … looking forward to your seminar.

    • Hi Clint,

      Thank you for your interest in our Webinar!

      Unfortunately the GMP committee is working “underground” and is impossible to get any information about it.

      Our expectation is that GMP annex 1 will incorporate many new requirements available in the ISO14644-1/2, but we will need to wait a few months before getting the first proposal draft.


  9. Irwin says:

    Thanks for the opportunity. I look forward to meet you and all colleagues.

  10. Ignacio Catano says:

    Gracias por su webinar. Saludos

  11. Abdelkarim says:

    Thank you for your Webinar

  12. Claudio Alves says:

    Obrigado pela oportunidade de participar do webinar

  13. Dr. Raymond Jansen says:

    really looking forward to this webinar….

  14. Luis says:

    Thank you for webinar

  15. eva troja says:

    Thank you for webinar

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