Pharmaceutical cleanrooms and laboratories are in increasing demand since the outburst of Covid-19. Therefore, the need for clean environments in production is rising. However, it’s not just important to implement fast-track design strategies but to make sure that careful planning for airflow, pressurization, airborne particulates, space temperature, relative humidity, and other factors is taken into account during the construction phase. Apart from that due to the ongoing energy crises, new design challenges are placed on engineers that have to balance meeting a customer’s requirements, following standardization, and implementing energy-efficient technologies. The question appears how do we mitigate all of the risks in the design and equipment phases?
Join us at the upcoming Cleanroom Design and Engineering forum which will bring together senior-level experts that will present effective strategies for implementing systems for a more secure and efficient design and processes. Our speakers will be presenting effective solutions for effective energy usage, control of airflow, efficient HVAC, and risk mitigation.
- Reducing the length of the design phases
- Overcoming the challenges of reducing HVAC energy consumption
- Operational effectiveness: Control of airflow and contamination
- Effective adaptation to the upcoming updates of EU GMP Annex 1
- Best practices for integrating digital technology
- Energy efficiency in a next-generation cleanroom design
- Maximizing efficiency in maintenance and reliability of your HVAC
- Effective strategies to conduct a risk assessment