Entries by Brendon McManus

Clear evidence: applying cleanroom technology to commercial buildings

Cleanroom ventilation systems are used to ensure pathogen-free indoor spaces in life science buildings, but can the technology be used in commercial offices? Clean Air Technologies’ Brendon McManus MCIBSE, Richard Fagg and Steve Robinson put the theory to the test by measuring the clean-up rate in a mock-up of a boardroom. Metrics are instrumental in […]

Cleanroom Training: Lead by Example

This article was originally published on Cleanroom Technology in December 2002. Click here to see the article. Some years ago I took part in a site visit to a company manufacturing a high volume of small medical devices in a cleanroom environment. I saw operators on the production line visually inspecting the finished article. Despite […]

Cleanroom M.O.T.

This article was originally published on cleanroom-technology.co.uk in September 2002. View the article. Having just experienced the problem of a company vehicle failing its annual M.O.T., our attention focused on aspects of cost, inconvenience and the inevitable issues of safety. We had the car regularly serviced so why did it fail? The garage admitted to […]