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Class 100 Clean Room Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Comparing ISO Standards for Cleanrooms To the Former Federal Standards

    by Simplex Isolation Systems, technical staff For years cleanroom environments were outlined in Federal Standard 209E. These standards were officially cancelled by the US Department of Commerce in November 2001 when ISO released new cleanroom standards. Because they were around for so long, however, many people still refer to the Federal standards. For this reason it is good to know how the former standards compare to ISO standards. ISO classifications expanded the horizon for classifying clean space, according to Richard Matthews of Filtration Technology, Inc., in Greensboro, NC, who chaired...

  • The Responsibility of Clean Room Manufacturers

    Clean room manufacturers deal in trust as much as they do in clean rooms. I remember hearing once that the medical profession is the only profession from which perfection is always demanded. At the time I heard that, it seemed like a sensible enough declaration. When medical professionals and technology are unreliable, people can suffer for it. But you don't have to think too hard before you can think of other examples of professions in which failure is not an option. You don't want the gum you chew to be...

  • Class 100 Clean Rooms: ISO vs. FED-STD-209E

    Clean rooms are all about control. If you are a professional who manufactures highly specialized products, and if that manufacturing process is sensitive to the interference of things like air contaminants, certain wavelengths of light or even electromagnetic interference, you would need access to an area in which you could control or eliminate those unwanted variables. Luckily, industry has responded to those needs with a variety of controlled enclosures, which have come to be known as clean rooms. In order to know which clean room is appropriate for your application,...

  • Successful Clean Room Operation

    Class 100 clean rooms are considered particularly strict in terms of particles per cubic foot. Items that fit within these perimeters are associated with ISO 5 in accordance to ISO 14644-1 clean room standards. Typically wood based materials are not allowed in class 100 clean rooms. These items include paper, paper towels, books, notebooks, tissues and other materials that can trap particles. Metals and plastics that are easily cleaned with simple wipes are ideal because it keeps the particle levels low. For particle control situations like that in class 100...

  • Cleanrooms by United Offers the Ultimate Modular Designs

    January 24, 2013— Cleanrooms by United provides the ultimate in ISO standard cleanrooms for a variety of industrial uses. United is committed to the ultimate quality and safety for customers in all areas of manufacturing. All cleanrooms are constructed from modular components that can meet design and cleanliness levels from Class 100,000 (ISO 8) to Class 100(ISO 5). Prefabricated walls allow customer modification with minimal downtime and expense. All cleanrooms are almost 100 percent reusable. Cleanrooms by United have provided high quality modular systems since 1983. The company has set...

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Class 100 Clean Rooms

Class 100 clean rooms are the third highest classification in Federal Standard 209 standards. In order to meet regulations, a Class 100 standard clean room must never exceed 100 particles per cubic foot (the particles being 0.5 microns or larger). As a reference point for just how small 0.5 microns is, the average human hair is approximately 75-100 microns in width.

The airborne cleanliness classes in clean rooms and zones name their classes after the maximum number of particles allowed in the rooms at one time. Class 100 follows classes 1 and 10, which are used in production labs for electronic integrated circuits. Class 100’s ISO standard equivalent is ISO 5. Clean rooms are used where air is continuously filtered so tiny particles in the air don't damage highly sensitive technologies. As a result, they are used in the medical and computer manufacturing industry in laboratories for applications such as medical implants and hard drive production or repair. Additional applications and industries that utilize Class 100 clean rooms are electronics, plastic bag fabrication, nanofabrication, food preparation and semiconductor fabrication.

Due to the standards and regulations that Class 100 clean rooms must adhere to, the types of materials from which they are manufactured are limited. As a result, the panel or wall materials in Class 100 clean rooms are often made of materials including white acrylic, steel or stainless steel, aluminum or polycarbonate. In addition to regulating the materials that the clean rooms are manufactured from, the materials entering the clean rooms are also regulated. For example, bunny suits are typically provided for people working in clean rooms so their skin and hair particles don't enter the room. This class of clean rooms can be any of the three types: ballrooms, which are large and open rooms that are parts of the actual building; modular, which are temporary and small rooms within a room; and soft wall, where the walls are made of tightly stretched or free-hanging fabric. In addition, they may range in size from huge open spaces to tiny chambers depending on the requirements of the application. Additional features such as temperature control and electrostatic discharge control are also possible in this class of clean rooms.

Class 100 Clean Rooms
Class 100 Clean Rooms
Class 100 Clean Rooms – Clean Air Technology, Inc.
Class 100 Clean Rooms – Clean Air Technology, Inc.

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