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Avoiding Cross Contamination during Viable Active Air Sampling in Clean Rooms



WEBINAR

Viable air samplers are used for quantitative determination of airborne contamination in cleanrooms for aseptic manufacturing. To maintain the cleanliness of the environment, the exhaust air flow should neither disturb the unidirectional air flow nor pose a contamination risk to the environment.

Our experts cover the essential points of air sampling units for use in your high-grade cleanrooms, along with requirements for 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

Speakers

Anne Grit Klees

Anne Grit Klees

Merck

Global Product Manager Environmental Monitoring

Anne Grit Klees is lead expert and portfolio manager in the environmental monitoring segment of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany. Anne-Grit received her PhD in Microbiology at Philipps University Marburg in 1992. She has more than 25 years of experience in managing instrumentation and consumables for microbial testing in pharma, food and beverage industries. Her focus is air and surface monitoring in cleanrooms and isolators, with expertise in regulatory, technical and user requirements. She is always involved in innovation projects to improve our customers experience with new and compliant solutions.

Roland Durner

Roland Durner

MBV AG

Head of Sales and Marketing

Head of Sales and Marketingat MBV AG, the manufacturer of the renowned MAS-100 air samplers. With his degrees in environmental microbiology and biotechnology from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich he supports customers in the planning and implementation of microbiological air monitoring projects. More than twenty years of experience in sales and product management of laboratory equipment allows him to support the in-house development team in product development projects by ensuring the transfer of knowledge from the application to development. He also acts as the Swiss expert delegate in a standardization body for microbiological air monitoring.

Tony Ancrum

Tony Ancrum

Merck

Global Product Manager Environmental Monitoring

Tony Ancrum is a Global Product Manager Environmental Monitoring at Merck. He is responsible for air samplers, hygiene detection methods and applications and environmental monitoring. He joined the Merck team in 1996 as part of the R&D team in charge of Instrumentation design for Hygiene. He holds a B.Sc. in Electronics.

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