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  • To Get the Most Out of Your Clean Room

    To get the most out of a clean room, those operating them need to make sure that they are well maintained and employing the latest standards and practices. Airborne contaminants can be reduced through the use of fans, filters and other methods, but these must be checked frequently to make sure they are performing at the optimal level. Filters need changing eventually, and regular checks can ensure that this is accomplished in a timely fashion. To remain sterile simple steps can be taken to provide the effective levels of cleanliness...

  • Clean Clean Clean

    When I hear the phrase clean room I still get chills at times. Growing up I never had a clean room, and as a result I feel like I spent most of my time figuring out ways to get out of cleaning it. Even though I have been reading and writing about clean rooms for industries for a while now, I still from time to time get those flashbacks when I first glance at it, making me feel like I should go clean However, I am getting very off topic....

  • A Clean Design

    The way in which a cleanroom is designed depends on several factors, including the classification, which ordains the amount of particles or microbes that are allowable in one cubic foot of air. Also, the specific application of the cleanroom will determine much of the design as some products are more susceptible to contamination or to certain kinds of contamination than others. Though the class level and application cause specific variants among these work stations, most cleanroom designs employ similar means of controlling airflow and minimizing traffic as these are crucial...

  • What Is a Cleanroom?

    More than a room that is clean, a cleanroom is defined in the ISO standard 14644-1 as: “A room in which the concentration of airborne particles is controlled, and which is constructed and used in a manner to minimize the introduction, generation, and retention of particles inside the room and in which other relevant parameters, e.g. temperature, humidity, and pressure, are controlled as necessary” Minimizing the introduction, generation and retention of particles in a cleanroom is done in 3 ways: – Supplying the room with a large quantity of air...

  • 5 Questions to Ask Yourself When Designing a Modular Cleanroom

      People often come to us for a budgetary price for their cleanroom project without much information about their needs. A cleanroom is an investment and a real asset in a company’s strategy and needs to be well thought through. Many decisions must be taken when building a cleanroom, and these will affect the cleanroom performance, ergonomics and cost. The following 5 questions are, in our opinion the first ones to be asking when initiating a cleanroom project. 1) Which Class, Regulations or Other Norms Must You Comply With?...

  • Cleanrooms: It's all about air changes per hour, sometimes

    by Simplex Isolation Systems, technical staff With some exceptions, a cleanroom is a cleanroom is a cleanroom. Achieving a cleaner class of cleanroom is all about airflow. It's a matter of bringing clean air in through HEPA filters in the ceiling and moving contaminated air out through vents in the walls or floors. The greater the number of HEPA filters and vents, the greater the rate of air change. You can see from this chart what the requirements are: Class Average Airflow Velocity Air changes/hour Recommended ISO Class 8 Not...

Industry Information

Class 1000 Clean Rooms

Class 1,000 clean rooms are rooms in which the concentration level of airborne particles is controlled so that they never exceed 1,000 particles per cubic foot. Class 1,000 clean rooms are the second lowest classification in Federal Standard 209 standards. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) equivalent standard of Class 1,000 clean rooms is ISO 6.

Some of the primary applications that Class 1,000 clean rooms are used for include inspection, patterning and integration tools like non-contract profilometry, flip-chip integration, thin-film deposition and laser micromachining. As a result of these diverse applications, Class 1,000 clean rooms are utilized in industries including pharmaceutical, scientific research, medical, electronics, semiconductor, food processing and industrial manufacturing. However, since Class 1,000 clean rooms are lower level clean rooms, they may have all of the requirements for certain higher-grade applications. For instance, they may not have an air shower at the entrance and may not require individuals to wear special shoes, although some still do; everyone wears a head-to-toe bunny suit to keep skin and hair particles out.

Some of the many contaminants that Class 1,000 clean rooms are used to keep out include human hair, dust particles, paint, air conditioning debris, lint, skin flakes and lubricants. The most common sources for these contaminants are people, tools, fluids, the facility and the product that is being manufactured. In order to keep these pollutants out and meet the standards of strict regulations, acrylics, steel, stainless steel, aluminum and polycarbonate are generally the materials that are used to fabricate the walls of Class 1,000 clean rooms. This class of clean rooms can be any of the 3 major designs of clean rooms: ballrooms, which are large and open rooms that are parts of the actual building; modular, which is a temporary and small room within a room; and soft wall, where the walls are made of tightly stretched or free-hanging fabric. In addition to availability in any of these designs, Class 1,000 clean rooms may also range in size from huge, open spaces to tiny chambers. In addition, temperature control and electrostatic discharge control are just a few of the different options that are also possible in this class of clean rooms.

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