Application of Gas-Phase Air Filtration in Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, and Life Science Manufacturing


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Air handling systems in cleanroom are designed to provide and maintain environments sufficiently well controlled as to minimize process defects, assure product quality, and to provide for worker safety and health. Typically, cleanrooms are designed to provide contaminant free manufacturing environments by maximizing the control of airborne particulates ‑ both viable and non‑viable. However, there is another important type of airborne contaminant that is not controlled with traditional filtration technology. This is the non‑particulate, or molecular (chemical), contaminant. This discussion focus on the problems associated with chemical contamination and will describe the application of gas-phase air filtration in cleanroom manufacturing applications.

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Course materials


  • Copy of PowerPoint presentation in a course binder
  • Certificate of course attendance with completion of CEUs



Continuing Education Units: .6 CEUs




Chris Muller