It may be easy to assume that isolators and other barrier technologies offer a fool-proof solution to controlling contamination when working on sensitive products or materials. There are however many elements that influence the success of working with such devices.

Isolators require careful attention from design to installation, operation and beyond for the rest of their life-cycle. Many factors play a part in the integrity of the unit including the background environment, operator behavior, material preparation and transfer, cleaning routines and maintenance.

This program provides a detailed grounding on the subject illustrating the benefits, pitfalls and the necessary controls to achieve consistent quality performance when using isolators.

~ What is an isolator?
~ Isolator applications & backgrounds
~ Isolator design and construction
~ Working at isolators
~ Materials transfer
~ Cleaning & sterilizing isolators
~ Validation
~ Maintenance programs
~ Review
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