The detrimental effects of static electricity in cleanroom manufacturing are well known in the electronics, flat panel display and disk drive industries but are completely unrecognized in healthcare manufacturing industries. This results in significantly reduced profitability for the healthcare industries.
Static charge is thought of as electrostatic discharge or little blue sparks. This indeed occurs and will destroy a computer chip but it is not the reason to control static charge in the pharmaceutical or medical device manufacturing cleanroom. A variety of issues including micro contamination control are the issue that is critical to a healthcare factory and will be explained in this short session.
Static charge grows to much higher levels in the cleanroom than in the conventional room. Learn why and where the charge is most likely to appear. This will be the key to establishing a program to limit charge and minimize its effects on factory yield and smooth operations.
In this briefing, you will learn the major effects of static charge on healthcare manufacturing facilities. Emphasis will be placed on details of microcontamination escalation in a charged environment but the effects on robotics and on precision weighing will also be addressed.
Which industries does this webinar apply to?
Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Medical Device, Cell and Gene Therapies and Pharmacies
Who will benefit?
Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Microbiology, Engineering, Facilities, Validation, Manufacturing and Training
Time of event
11:30am to 12:00pm EST
8:30am to 9:00am PST
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