ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL (September 20, 2016) – IEST, a world-leading contamination control and environmental testing standards development organization, offers four new enterprise solutions through its updated ecommerce platform. Gain deep insight into document changes with redline versions, be the first to know about updates with the IEST Standards Tracker, purchase discounted multi-user licenses, and streamline your standards management with a TechStreet Subscription.
IEST Technical Program Manager Jennifer Sklena explains, “As a world leading standards developer in the fields we serve, we upgraded our bookstore to align our ecommerce experience with the incredible, essential content already being produced by our volunteer experts.”
Recently revised and newly published documents include: ISO 14644-1, Classification of air cleanliness by particle concentration; ISO14644-2, Monitoring to provide evidence of cleanroom performance related to air cleanliness by particle concentration, the IEST Handbook on Air Filtration; IEST-RP-PR001.2: Management and Technical Guidelines for the Environmental Stress Screening (ESS) Process; IEST-RP-DTE011.2: Mechanical Shock and Vibration Accelerometer Selection; IEST-RP-NANO205: Nanotechnology Safety: Application of Prevention Through Design Principles to Nanotechnology Facilities; and ISO/DIS 14644-15, Assessment of suitability for use of equipment and materials by airborn chemical concentration.
All changes to the IEST bookstore focus on usability and technology advancement, so past users will find the most important aspects of the IEST Standards and Practices program unchanged. IEST Standards and Recommended Practices continue to provide indispensable standardized procedures based upon peer-reviewed applications formulated by experts in IEST Working Groups, and IEST Members still receive generously discounted rates on IEST Bookstore purchases.
Other new features of IEST’s updated bookstore include: bound print documents quickly shipped from one of the largest book manufacturing facilities in the United States; a customer reward program so users can earn valuable points every time they shop online; historical document versions; and expanded online account management features.