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High Voltage in the Cleanroom

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  • Knstliche Befruchtung Was hat der Kinderwunsch mit Reinrumen zu tun? Never stop thinkingCleanroom Award und Creative Prize 2016

    Hochspannung im ReinraumDamit kein Funke berspringt - sensible Produkte schtzen

    Frhjahr 2016

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    Life & ScienceInformationen fr die Reinraumtechnologie

    MAGAZINCLEANROOM

    CLEANROOM

    MAGAZINE

    Life & Science Information for Cleanroom Technology

    spring

    2016

    02

    In-Vitro-Fertilisation

    How does the desire to have children

    correlate with cleanrooms?

    Never stop thinking

    Cleanroom Award & Creative Prize 2016

    High Voltage in

    the Cleanroom

    Throw out the sparks and

    protect sensitive products

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    Knstliche Befruchtung

    Was hat der Kinderwunsch mit

    Reinrumen zu tun?

    Never stop thinking

    Cleanroom Award und Creative Prize 2016

    Hochspannung

    im Reinraum

    Damit kein Funke berspringt -

    sensible Produkte schtzen

    Frhjahr

    2016

    02

    Life & Science

    Informationen fr die Reinraumtechnologie

    MAGAZIN

    CLEANROOM

    CLEANROOMMAGAZINE

    Life & Science Information for Cleanroom Technology

    spring 2016

    02

    In-Vitro-Fertilisation How does the desire to have children correlate with cleanrooms?

    Never stop thinkingCleanroom Award & Creative Prize 2016

    High Voltage in the Cleanroom Throw out the sparks and protect sensitive products

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    You can remember from past issues that we reported on the Internet of Things and the 3D Printer, on the Operation Theater of the future and on Driverless Driving. All these innovations have induced significant changes although they are based on tiny component parts. Micro-controllers, miniature batteries, communication chips and micro-systems are the foundation on which the digital world of tomorrow will arise.

    In order for this foundation to be sustainable, the components have to be produced to the exclusion of contamination. Thats why we have clean-rooms. However there lurks still another danger, which cannot be kept away from products with air locks, ventilation systems and isopropyl alcohol: Electrostatic discharge. Everyone is familiar with this for example when touching a door handle.

    These tiny sparks can be disastrous for production. For a micro-electronic component, the energy of electrostatic discharge is comparable to lightning striking a tree. Respectively, the results are also enormously devastating for integrated switches, instrumentation or small-structured components. Learn about how lightning strikes can be prevented inside a cleanroom in our cover story.

    Change of subject: The ReinraumAkademie is looking for the best ideas in respect to innovation, sustainability and energy efficiency in cleanrooms for the Cleanroom Award 2016. Join in! You can submit your projects until August 31th, 2016. The winner will be announced at Cleanzone. Read about how to participate in our Service section.

    I wish you pleasant reading in our new issue.

    Frank DuvernellEditor

    Frank Duvernell: I have been convinced for some time that cleanroom technology is a vastly interesting topic. This enthusiasm I

    would like to bring out into the minds of the general public in order to make professionals

    and talented students more aware of the relatively unknown but exciting professional

    opportunities in the field of cleanroom technology. There is only one place where any

    kind of potential has to be avoided, namely, the cleanroom. Why? Please see right.

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    Electrostatic Charges

    generate High Voltages

    Picking up a plastic bag from

    a table: 1.200 bis 20.000 Volt (a)Walking on untreated vinyl

    floors: 250 bis 12.000 Volt (b)

    Source: DGUV

    (a) (b)

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    CONTENTS 02/2016

    08 Title Story: Lightning Strike in the Cleanroom

    Electrostatic discharges are able to destroy electronic and micro-structured component parts. How to prevent eclectrostatic sparks when producing in a cleanroom.................................................

    LIFE & BUSINESSLatest News from the World of Cleanrooms

    06 The Market in Brief Cannabis used more frequently for medical purposes India is on the Way to becoming the Worlds Pharmacy 3D-Televisions are on the Way Out Experts expect Approvals for New Medi-cations in 2016 A Fish could save People with Eye Disease from becoming Blind Replace Body Parts and improve the Treatment of Diseases Hospital Group does away with Doctors White Coat................................................16 The next big thing?Virtual reality devices are expected to replace computers and Smartphones. The business models are still vague and the contens meager but the new possibilities are fantastic.................................................20 Portrait: Joachim Ludwig

    On May 1st, 2016, Colandis GmbH will be celebrating its 20 year anniversary. How Managing Director Joachim Ludwig formed his one-man engineering office into a company operating worldwide.................................................

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    Coverstory: throw out the sparks and protect sensitive products. Photo: Cleanroom Media

    Virtual Reality: VR goggles are considered the next big thing. Photo: Eugenio Marongiu/Fotolia

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    44 New Surfaces for Cleanroom TechnologySenomed is a chemically-resistant, scrub-resistant and anti-bacterial synthetic film for surfaces in cleanrooms and air locks. It has the potential to replace existing materials..............................................50 What do you do there, ?Birgit Kriegesmann, responsible for the micro-biological quality controlat Bremer Pharma GmbH in Wartburg, Germany.................................................

    SERVICEEvents, Awards, Columns

    52 Laws and Regulations: What it comes down toWhen everything is already written down in the regulations, why dont we have the perfect cleanroom?................................................

    24 When new Life emerges from the CleanroomFor involuntary childless couples, artif icial insemination is one of the ways to founding a family. This way often begins in a cleanroom.................................................32 Controversy:More Cleanroom Technology against Hospital Germs?

    If the use of more cleanroom technology is able to prevent hospital infections is discussed by Professor Arnold Brunner of the University Luzern Technology and Architecture and Dr. Uli Lsch of the University Hospital Basel. ................................................36 Behind the Scenes: On the road with Ren Hecker

    Ren Hecker, Account & Project Manager at the Dutch measurement instrumentation company Pedak.................................................

    SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGYSolutions for the World of Cleanrooms

    38 Technology in Brief The lightest Solar Cell in the World Pharmaceutical Products dosed cleanly without any Filaments or Dripping Pipe Fittings meeting GMP Requirements The Production of Y-Connectors in Cleanroom Facilities Granulate Production in High Containment Microbiological Air Monitoring accomplished more easily New Product Generation of Premium Pocket Filters................................................40 Keep It CleanCleaning procedures critically inf luence product quality but also the costs. How procedures are able to be economically set up will be shown at the part2clean trade fair at the end of May in Stuttgart, Germany.................................................

    54 Cleanroom Award 2016: Send in your Applications nowUntil August 31th, 2016, the Reinraum-Akademie (Cleanroom Academy) will be accepting the best ideas in innovation, sustainability and energy saving in the cleanroom. The award will be presented at the beginning of November at Cleanzone 2016.................................................57 Professional Literature: References for the Cleanroom Industry EU Guide to Good Manufacturing Practice for Medicinal Products for Human and Veterinary Use................................................58 Trade Fairs and Events................................................60 Imprint

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    Cleanroom technology can help couples to fertility. Photo: xolibu/Fotolia

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    And the winner wil be? Read more about the cleanroom award 2016. Photo: Nils Brer

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    Cannabis used more frequently for Medical Purposes

    Approval Debate | Cannabis anti-in-flammatory, relieves pain and is far better tolerated thatn morphine and opiates. For pharmaceutical com-panies it is nevertheless difficult to get approvals for cannabis-based medications. In Germany for example, it is neither allowed to plant cannabis, to possess nor to be sold. This situation could soon be changed. The Federal Public Health Ministry is considering putting in the hands of a federal Cannabis Agency, the cultivation and sale of cannabis. The plants ingredients suit themselves for a wide range of medical applications. The spectrum ranges from wound medications, the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis to the treatment of