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Adding a cleanroom to your facility is more like adding an entirely new facility. And for all intents and purposes, you are. Your cleanroom will share no actual walls with the rest of your facility and require completely different heating, ventilation and environmental controls. With so much to consider, today we will examine the essential
If you’re reading this, you’re probably wondering if the layout of your cleanroom requires ISO 7 or ISO 8 classification. While your ISO class determines the level of cleanliness and the specifications you need for an HVAC system, it does not necessarily determine the layout of your cleanroom. It may influence some factors. For example,
A single airflow issue found in your cleanroom during a regulatory inspection can cost you valuable time and money, while bringing your productivity to a screeching halt Regulatory compliance is never really, achieved; it is maintained. Keeping your cleanroom in a constant state of compliance is the only way to ensure all inspections come and
A well-thought-out and well-designed cleanroom will ensure that you can maintain a high level of industry compliance, operational efficiency, and cost-effectiveness. However, a poorly designed cleanroom will only frustrate you will ongoing issues, while it hemorrhages spendings. To ensure you’re doing things correctly, here are 8 steps you need to follow to create an efficient
The HVAC is the most important part of any cleanroom, so choosing the right system is essential in the planning phase. It controls your cleanroom’s air pressure, temperature, cleanliness and humidity. Your decision is largely made by how many air changes per hour your space will require, with HEPA filtered air circulating into the cleanroom.