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.
Barbara and Ed will present “Critical cleaning and surface quality of what gets shipped out the door of the cleanroom” at the Upstate NY chapter of the IEST, Spring 2015 technical seminar. The seminar is Thursday, June 4 at the Canandaigua Inn on The Lake, Canandaigua, NY. The cost is only $75 for the day (includes breaks, lunch, and networking reception), $50 for IEST members. For more information contact Christine Share, ShareCM@Corning.com and ask for the seminar flyers. Or look for it on the IEST website after May 15 http://www.iest.org/Membership/Chapters/Upstate-New-York-Chapter
Ed and Barbara Kanegsberg will have two presentations and a booth at SUR/FIN in Rosemont, IL, June 8 – 10, 2015.
“Cleaning Extreme Surfaces”
Barbara & Ed Kanegsberg
Tuesday June 9, 4 P.M, Session 6.
“New Studies – Improve Your Ultrasonic Cleaning Process”
Wednesday June10, 11 A.M., Session 13.
Visit us at Booth 1129.
Do you have questions about ultrasonics or cleaning extreme surfaces that perhaps you didn’t want to ask during our programs? Would you like to to discuss your critical cleaning applications? Would you like to learn more about critical cleaning, surface quality, and more effective manufacturing? Stop by and have a chat with the Cleaning Lady and the Rocket Scientist.
Barbara Kanegsberg and Ed Kanegsberg discuss how well-established standards and best practices in pharmaceutical manufacturing provide both barriers and opportunities for innovation in cleaning processes. The article is in the April issue of Controlled Environments Magazine
In the current issue of Controlled Environments Magazine, Stephen Lyon, Barbara Kanegsberg, and Ed Kanegsberg explain how biofilms impact cleaning and contamination control in cleanrooms and throughout manufacturing operations.