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WhatNow

Volume XI, Issue 8

August 2014

IN THIS ISSUE

Feature Article - Trichloroethylene and Beyond

Knowledge is Power – Use it! Blockbuster Summer Reading


"Barbara Kanegsberg gave me the best solution I’ve seen for anyone in my industry. She didn’t always tell me what I wanted to hear; but she did tell me what I needed to hear.”

Pat Maluso, 
Plant Manager
Western Hydrostatics, Inc


FEATURE ARTICLE

U.S. EPA Residual Risk  - Trichloroethylene and Beyond

Barbara Kanegsberg, BFK Solutions

Are stronger nation-wide controls on worker exposure to trichloroethylene (TCE) likely in the near-future?  Recently, the U.S. EPA held an “Expert Public Workshop on Alternatives and Risk Reduction Approaches to Trichloroethylene (TCE) Use as a Degreaser.” I participated both as an attendee and as a presenter. I suggest that you review the workshop whether or not you use trichloroethylene (TCE) or other aggressive solvents in vapor degreasing or in cold cleaning applications because a similar regulatory approach could be used to highly restrict  - I hesitate to say ban - any number of effective process chemicals.  Regulatory concerns aside, I suggest look over the presentations for their technical content, because there are some good options for both water-based and solvent-based cleaning – of course, you have to assess them for applicability in your own situation.

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KNOWLEDGE IS POWER - USE IT

In writing

Blockbuster Summer Reading  
Unravel the mysteries of critical cleaning! Decypher cleaning claims from the internet and trade shows! Swoon over heartwarming sagas of cost-effective manufacturing!

Lounge by the pool with the thrilling second edition of 
“Handbook for Critical Cleaning”
(Kanegsberg & Kanegsberg ed. CRC/Taylor & Francis, 2011).  

A cast of thousands (Ok, actually a cast of 70+)!  
Exciting overview chapters by the Cleaning Lady and the Rocket Scientist!  

An adventure so amazing it takes two volumes!

“Handbook for Critical Cleaning: Cleaning Agents and Systems” 
“Handbook for Critical Cleaning: Applications, Processes, and Controls” 

Save money! Contact us for a 20% Discount Code.

BFK Solutions Presentation at EPA Workshop
Please feel welcome to review our presentation to the EPA Workshop on residual risks associated with TCE. And be sure to call me with any questions, comments, or ideas.

The boss materializes in your doorway …
… and announces: “Our best customer is complaining about contaminated product. Go pick out a new cleaning machine.” Your goal is not just to purchase a new cleaning system. Your goal is to achieve critical cleaning. Discover ways to effectively test new cleaning systems The Applications Laboratory, Parts 1 and 2,  in the May and June 2014 Issues of “Controlled Environments Magazine.” (See the website for a free subscription.) 

http://www.cemag.us/articles/2014/05/applications-laboratory-part-1 
http://www.cemag.us/articles/2014/06/applications-laboratory-part-2

Upcoming Programs

Pharma and Medical Device Program 
Hear “The Cleaning Lady” and “The Rocket Scientist” at “Cleaning Validation and Critical Cleaning Processes,” an IVT program scheduled for August 19 – 21 in San Diego. We’ll present “Minimizing Risk of Unexpected or Adherent Residues.” 

Because residual contaminants pose risks for pharmaceuticals and medical devices, detecting and minimizing the “usual suspects” is a given. However, as product performance becomes more sophisticated, an even greater challenge is detecting and removing the “unusual suspects.” We’ll show attendees why residues are adherent or may not be detected and how to set up, maintain, and monitor reliable, effective processes for critical cleaning. 

http://www.cbinet.com/conference/pi14040 

For a conference discount, please contact us to obtain a “Faculty Appreciation Voucher.”

Electronics Assembly, Southern California
The annual LA/Orange County Expo & Tech Forum will take place on November 6 in Long Beach. Come to 

” Ask the Experts About Contract Manufacturing/OEM Challenges,” apanel discussion moderated by Barb Kanegsberg. Pick the brains of industry experts  - get practical advice to make your process even more productive and profitable.   

http://www.laocsmta.org/TechExpo/index.html

FDA Public Workshop  - Additive Manufacturing, Medical Devices
The FDA will hold a public workshop with interactive discussion on technical considerations of 3D printing of medical devices.  

“The purpose of this workshop is to provide a forum for FDA, medical device manufactures, additive manufacturing companies, and academia to discuss technical challenges and solutions of 3D printing.  The Agency would like input regarding technical assessments that should be considered for additively manufactured devices to provide a transparent evaluation process for future submissions.”

Critical cleaning is an important factor in device manufacture; and Ed Kanegsberg has been asked to be a break out session moderator. We think you should consider attending the conference. And, of course, we’d love to discuss this important issue with us. 

The workshop will be held October 8 – 9, 2014 at the FDA White Oak Campus in Silver Spring, MD. You can arrange to attend on-site or participate on-line.

http://www.fda.gov/MedicalDevices/NewsEvents/WorkshopsConferences/ucm397324.htm

Call for Papers – PCx
The call for papers for PCx 2015 has been extended. Suggested topics for the Parts Cleaning Conference include cleaning fundamentals, environmental issues, assessing cleaning quality, and cleaning specifications, and new cleaning processes and technologies. The Precision Cleaning Expo will be April 21 – 21, 2015 in Columbus, OH. Submit abstracts by August 22, 2014. Please contact Allison Miller, Director of Events, Gardner Publications.


Manufacturing Growth

Critical cleaning, value-added cleaning, saves money, improves yield, and enhances the bottom line. Ed and Barbara Kanegsberg, consultants at BFK Solutions, provide “Clean Source” as a resource for the manufacturing community. 

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