CLEANTECH 2016

4 October 2016

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Fedegari is proudly sponsoring CLEANTECH 2016, the international event organized by ASCCA (Italian Association of Studies in Environmental Contamination Control), which brings together experts and professionals working in the field of contamination control.

7 – 8 November

Novotel Milano Cà Granda Milano
Viale Suzzani 13
20162 Milano

Two plenary sessions
1st Plenary Session: Regulatory Updates
2nd Plenary Session: What’s new in the design and realization of a cleanroom

 

Four parallel sessions

Advanced methodologies in the design and verification of a cleanroom
Containment and contamination control in the world of laboratories
Air filtration
Applications for the pharmaceutical industry

 

PROGRAMME

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7th 2016

PLENARY SESSION – REGULATORY UPDATES

Chairman: Pier Angelo Galligani

8.30 Registration
9.20 Presentation of the Conference and introduction of the speakers and their papers
9.30 Challenges and issues facing the cleanroom industry from a TC209 perspective
C. Murray (3Dimension – Ireland)
10.00 New ISO 14644-1 & 2: understanding the change
L. Sabatini (Lesatec Srl – Italy)
10.40 Revised Annex 1
G. Gori (GSK – Italy)
11.10 Coffee break in the exposition area
11.40 Updates from WG4
K. Agricola (ICCCS – Netherlands)
11.55 Updates from ISO TC/209 – WG13: Energy saving in clean room
P.A. Galligani (Techniconsult Firenze – Italy)
12.10 Updates from CEN/TC/243 – WG5: Biocontamination
C. Murray (3Dimension – Ireland)
12.25 Discussion
13.00 Lunch break
14.00 Fedegari Group

PARALLEL SESSION A – ADVANCED METHODOLOGIES IN THE DESIGN AND VERIFICATION OF A CLEANROOM

Chairman: Barbara Bagatta

14.30 CFD Modeling : a tool to support HVAC system design and commissioning. Case study
M. Burroni (Ely Lilli – Italy ) – L. Galligani (Techniconsult Firenze – Italy)
15.00 The fluid dynamics simulation in the design of HVAC systems: lights and shadows
B. Bagatta – V. Knisel (AMEC Foster Wheeler – Italy)
15.30 Coffee break in the exposition area
16.00 Identification of critical points for microbiological monitoring in a cell factory
M. Petrini (Istituto Scientifico Romagnolo per lo Studio e la Cura dei Tumori – Italy)
16.30 Qualification and monitoring of a cleanroom: reflections on the significance of the sampling of large particles
A. Febo (CNR – Italy)
17.00 Discussion

PARALLEL SESSION B – AIR FILTRATION

Chairman: Maurizio Gammariello

14.30 Filters for HVAC systems: classification, normative and LCC
R. Basso (Sagicofim – Italy )
15.00 ISO 16890: the new test standard is coming. A case study of ionizing air purification
D. Zucchelli – D. Degiorgi (Clean Tech System – Italy)
15.30 Coffee break in the exposition area
16.00 High Temperature Filtration. Advances in industry requirements and filter product design
A. Sweeney (Camfil)
16.30

The use of activated carbon n the removing of organic contaminatns and sterilizing agents in the pharmaceutical industry
A. Montorsi (Comelt Spa)

17.00 Discussion

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8th 2016

PLENARY SESSION – NEWS AND STATE OF THE ART IN THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A CLEANROOM

Chairman: Sergio Mauri

9.30 Sustainable Design of a cleanroom (instruments, regulations, strategies)
C. Magni – B. Bagatta (AMEC Foster Wheeler – Italy)
10.00 The Energy analysis in the pharmaceutical industry: case study
A. Genoni – E. Moia (Jacobs – Italy)
10.30 Particle deposition technique
K. Agricola (ICCCS – Netherlands)
11.00 Coffee break in the exposition area
11.30 Measurements of Source Strength in Body Box Test Chamber
C.M. Joppolo – F. Romano (Politecnico di Milano – Italy)
12.00 Building Information Modeling (BIM) and CFD applied to a cleanroom: case studies
P.A. Galligani (Techniconsult Firenze – Italy)
12.30 Discussion
13.00 Lunch break
14.00 Techniconsult Firenze – FPS – Assing

 

PARALLEL SESSION C – CONTAINMENT AND CONTAMINATION CONTROL IN THE LABORATORY

Chairman: Gaia Malpocher

14.30 Manipulation of highly active principles in a laboratory of pharmaceutical development
G. Bebber – E. Moia (Jacobs – Italy)
15.00 PCL4 mobile laboratories
F. Monaco (Istituto Zooprofilattico – Italy)
15.20 Reconstitution of cytotoxic drugs in hospital pharmacy
L. Marchesi (Lesatec – Italy)
15.40 Coffee break in the exposition area
16.10 Cell Factory: advanced therapies for neurodegenerative diseases
D. Profico (IRCCS Casa Sollievo della Sofferenza) – C. Camilli (Assing)
16.30 How the safety in the laboratory is changing
P. Parrello (Aware Lab – Italy)
16.50 AIHP (Activated Ionized Hydrogen Peroxide): a new technology for biodecontamination process. A case study
A. Cenni (AM Instruments – Italy)
17.10 Discussion

PARALLEL SESSION D – APPLICATION FOR PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY

Chairman: Patrizia Muscas

14.30 Barrier Technology Evolution
S. Penazzi (Comecer)
15.00 Decontamination/Sterilization based on hydrogen peroxide process
P. Vanhecke (GSK Vaccines – Belgium)
15.30 H2O2 material compatibility tests, before VPHP cycles development
M. Preus (IMA – Italy)
15.50 Coffee Break in the exposition area
16.10 Flexible aseptic filling lines: problems and solutions
S. Mauri (Fedegari Group – Italy)
16.40 Comparison study between bio-decontamination cycles done using H2O2 and NO2
C. Mounier (Getinge – France)
17.10 Methods of the containment performance verification of equipment and components in the pharmaceutical industry
M. Grassi (Studio Alfa – Italy)
17.40 Discussion

 

 

CONFERENCE FEES

ASCCA Members 2016 Euro 500,00
Non members ASCCA
(includes membership fee 2017)
Euro 600,00
Students Euro   50,00

All fees are exempt from VAT (Art. 4, 5° comma DPR 633/72).

Fee includes:
– partecipation in works and conference proceedings
– certificate of partecipation
– working lunches
– coffee breaks

SIMULTANEOUS TRANSLATION WILL BE PROVIDED

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