Vaporized H₂O₂ Bio-decontamination in Isolators and Transfer Hatches

H2O2 bio-decontaminated isolator
Industrial Measurements
Life Science

The on-demand webinar explains Vaisala's unique method of validating bio-decontamination processes in isolators, restricted access barrier systems (RABS) and transfer hatches.

Listen to our on-demand webinar to learn about a novel method for measuring vaporized hydrogen peroxide and humidity in bio-decontamination processes. In this webinar we are focusing on isolators, transfer hatches and similar equipment where bio-decontamination is relevant.

Agenda

  •     Vaporized hydrogen peroxide measurement in isolators, transfer hatches and closed restricted access barrier systems
  •     Typical process conditions during bio-decontamination cycles
  •     Differences between relative humidity (RH) and relative saturation (RS) measurement values
  •     Using measurement to both monitor and control activities
  •     What is needed to achieve stable and repeatable measurement of H2O2

 

P.S. We also have another on-demand webinar about bio-decontamination of rooms and other facilities.  You are also welcome to download our Bio-Decontamination Guide and to visit the Vaisala PEROXCAP HPP272 product page for more information about our H2O2, humidity and temperature 3-in-1 measurement probe.

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Speakers

Product Manager Sanna Lehtinen

Sanna Lehtinen

Product Manager

Sanna Lehtinen is a Product Manager at Vaisala. She has worked as an electronics designer and with life science product management in leading international high tech companies for 20 years.

At Vaisala, Sanna ensures product quality and road mapping, gathers industry insight, develops leading products for demanding customer needs as well as produces relevant customer-facing material.

Sanna holds a M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering from Tampere University of Technology and M.Sc. in Economics from Helsinki School of Economics.

Piritta Maunu

Piritta Maunu has 15 years of experience in biotechnology and GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice), having worked in several roles in quality and production management for FIT Biotech. Maunu holds a degree of M.Sc. (Cell Biology) and is certified to teach with a specialty in General Biology, both degrees from the University of Jyväskylä, Finland.