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Traditionally the aerosol bacteria monitoring in sterile environments has been sketchy at best because of the awkward and ineffective methods and equipment available. For example, opening a few Petri Dishes and placing them around the room to hopefully collect aerosol bacteria floating by; or to indicate there is no harmful bacteria present. The “Settling Dish” method. A Petri Dish holder attached to a vacuum pump does impact particles on the media surface but it is a low volume, short duration monitoring event. This paper will describe the automating of this ineffective and labor intensive procedure yielding a continuous 24 hour, high volume sampling, without interfering with the Microbiology protocols inherent.
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