Ten Commandments of a Cleanroom: Do’s and Don’ts when entering a cleanroom

A corridor in a scientific environment

Ten Commandments of a Cleanroom: Do’s and Don’ts when entering a cleanroom A cleanroom is an enclosed space where the presence of airborne particles are controlled and classified.  Each cleanroom is classified depending on the sub-micron particles that it contains. The air inside a cleanroom is strictly regulated to ensure that the right quantity and […]

Top 4 Essential pieces of Cleanroom Equipment

A cleanroom requires an unique set of equipment to keep it operating efficiently. It goes without saying that maintaining a cleanroom’s integrity is not easy. There are multiple factors that must be considered — air quality, traffic, human behaviour, and even the materials permitted to enter the space. Regardless of whether your cleanroom is a […]

ISO 6: Defining Cleanroom Classification Guidelines

ISO 6 cleanroom

What Is A Cleanroom? The old American cleanroom standard; FS 209E Clause 3.5 Defined a cleanroom as ‘A room in which the concentration of airborne particles is controlled and which contains one or more clean zones. ‘  FED-STD-209E was discontinued in 2001 and superseded by the ISO standard but we still hear reference to class 100/1,000 […]

Benefits of a Cleanroom

Benefits of a cleanroom

Cleanrooms provide companies with customized solutions in high-performance environments so they can meet the highest manufacturing standards ISO 14644 defines a cleanroom as; “A defined space within which the number concentration of airborne particles is controlled and classified, and which is constructed and operated in a manner to control the introduction, generation, and retention of […]

ISO 7: Defining Cleanroom Classification Guidelines

ISO Cleanroom

What Is A Cleanroom? The ISO 14644 series defines a cleanroom as a “room within which the concentration of airborne particles is controlled and classified, and which is designed, constructed and operated in a manner to control the introduction, generation and retention of particles inside the room”. There are 9 ISO classifications, ISO 1, ISO […]