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Feb 15
Three Questions you need to Answer for Monitoring Controlled-Temperature Chambers

In PharmTech's recent publication Vol 9, Issue 12 Manufacturing Sector Editor Jennifer Markarian interviewed Vaisala Regulatory Expert Paul Daniel on proper sensor use in temperature-controlled chamber monitoring applications. temperature-controlled-chamber-monitoring.JPG

Read the full interview here and learn the answers to these questions:

Q: What types of sensors are used for temperature-controlled chambers?
Q: What are best practices for placing sensors in a temperature-controlled chamber?
Q: What are some best practices for sensor maintenance?


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08.07.2017 00:49
The International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) as of late discharged a Good Practice Guide for obtaining, appointing (counting mapping), capability, and upkeep of temperature-controlled chambers. The guide portrays industry great assembling hones for utilizing information to decide the area and number of observing sensors, and additionally creating test acknowledgment criteria and utilizing a hazard based way to deal with framework execution audit regards, name: davidd

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