Clean commissioning requirements
This seminar provides an example cleanroom, explains the different standards that can have an impact on cleanroom commissioning, and presents an outline for commissioning the example cleanroom.
Many of the most complex and contamination-sensitive manufacturing processes require cleanrooms. Cleanrooms require more stringently controlled environmental conditions and have substantially more commissioning testing equipment than a typical office building. This seminar provides an example cleanroom, explains the different standards that can have an impact on cleanroom commissioning, and presents an outline for commissioning the example cleanroom.
Sakraida is the Cleanroom Division Product Manager for Engineered Air. He has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
During the past 30 years, Sakraida has participated in the engineering, construction, and commissioning of many high technology facilities, including: hospitals, pharmaceutical production, medical devices, R+D laboratories, electronics, and other manufacturing production facilities. He has over 25 years of experience in the design, construction, and commissioning of cleanroom facilities.
Sakraida was an ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer from 2008 to 2010. He is an active corresponding member on the ASHRAE TC9.6 (Healthcare) and TC9.11 (Clean Space) committees. Sakraida has authored numerous articles for Engineered Systems and Heating Piping Air Conditioning magazines which included the article "Cleanroom Design in Ten Easy Steps." He is a member of the editorial advisory board for Engineered Systems magazine.
Sakraida is also a member of the Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology, ASHRAE, the International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering, and the American Society of Healthcare Engineers.