Clean Air and Containment Review
The journal to enhance your knowledge of cleanroom, clean air and containment technology
Editor: John Neiger
Publisher: Euromed Communications
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Coming soon: Clean Air and Containment Review (CACR) Issue 25, January 2016

  • Airborne particle deposition in cleanrooms: Relationship between deposition rate and airborne concentration
    W Whyte, K Agricola, M Derks
  • Understanding the hydrogen peroxide vapour sanitisation process and introducing the MCHP concept, a personal account
    Tim Coles
  • Lowering the risk of personnel induced contamination: The use of robotics in aseptic processing
    Sergio Mauri
  • Pilot plant habitat for the development of regenerative closed loop life support systems, paving the way for deep space travel
    Hosokawa Micron Limited
  • Major revisions of ISO 14644 Parts 1 and 2 finally published
    Gordon Farquharson
  • ICCCS needs members and members need the ICCCS
    Koos Agricola

Clean Air and Containment Review, launched in January 2010, is a quarterly journal aimed at users, specifiers, designers, manufacturers, installers and testers of cleanrooms and clean air and containment equipment.

Recent issues have covered: Proposed changes to ISO 14644 Parts 1 and 2 • Measurement of air volumes • Selection of active air samplers • Energy management systems • How the Birmingham small pox incident shaped the development of MSCs • Why 5µm particles deposit in sample tubing •

See Contents index for content of all issues.

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"First of all we highly appreciate your work as publisher of "Clean Air and Containment Review" and send our congratulations with its success. It is really a very good journal."

Alexander Fedotov, President ASENMCO, Moscow, Russia
March 2011

"Just wanted to let you know that I thought the latest issue of CACR was excellent. The articles and information are extremely useful and informative."

Gordon Farquharson, Principal, Critical Systems Ltd, UK
February 2011

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In addition, we would appreciate you sending us a copy of all of the previous issues, as we misplaced some, and would like to create a permanent file for this publication in our Library."

XQ Lin, Vice President, Esco Global, Singapore
October 2010