Published December 5, 2018
Reference - 254 Pages - 38 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780815379010 - CAT# K339036
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This book describes various methods of decontamination and how the methods work. There is a discussion of the various cleaning and disinfection methods utilized, along with details of how to qualify these methods. It also describes new technologies that may be useful in the battle for decontamination across industries. Finally, this book provides a single resource on how one can address contamination issues for a variety of manufacturing processes and industries.
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Disinfectants and Biocides Chapter 3 Disinfecting Agents: The Art of Disinfection Chapter 4 The Microbiome and Its Usefulness to Decontamination/ Disinfection Practices Chapter 5 Disinfectant Qualification Testing Considerations for Critical Manufacturing Environments Chapter 6 Methods for Contamination Detection Chapter 7 Residue Removal in Cleanroom Environments Chapter 8 Microbiological Concerns in Non-Sterile Manufacturing Chapter 9 Preservatives and Why They Are Useful Chapter 10 The Problem of Burkholderia cepacia Complex (BCC) in Your Facility Chapter 11 What Is Mold and Why Is It Important? Chapter 12 Sterilization Methods