Understanding ISO 21501-4: Particle Counter Calibration
ISO 21501-4 has two main goals; to improve instrument-to-instrument data correlation and count accuracy, and to enhance compliance with ISO 14644.
What attendees learnt during this webinar:
- How to be compliant with the most recent calibration requirements
- Sampling flow rate
- Counting efficiency
- Particle counter resolution
- Pulse height analyser (PHA)
- False count rate
- Particle size setting
- Coincidence loss at maximum particle concentration
- Maximum particle number concentration
Tune in at the end of the webinar for a question and answer period with the speaker.
Daniele Pandolfi, Global Product Line Manager, Aerosol, Life Sciences Division, Particle Measuring Systems
Daniele 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.
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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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