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  • Sources of Contamination and Clean Rooms

    By: Dan Finkelstein of Allied Cleanrooms Cleanrooms are waging a continuous war against contamination and particulates. Although there are many different ways to contend against particulates, it is important to identify where the particulates are coming from. One of the biggest sources of contamination is the actual cleanroom workers. People are constantly shedding skin cells, oils, and hair and these can all be harmful to the cleanroom. Depending on the level of cleanliness required by the room, protective clothing is generally required to minimize and contain particulates shed by the...

  • The Cleaner the Better

    When it comes to scientific industries such as aerospace, medical and chemistry these workers must have the best tools available. They must also have a controlled environment to make sure that all testing and manufacturing is done just right. Clean rooms are rated on the particles per cubic foot of air. In a common model, the class 10000 clean room, particles are limited to 10000 per cubic foot of air. While this may seem like a lot compared to a class 100 clean room, it is not when compared to...

  • Class 10,000 Clean Rooms: The Good Old Days

    It almost seems like a shame that US FED STD 209E, the set of clean room standards developed by the US General Services Administration, was cancelled. People may disagree about this, but the system was simple and easy to remember, which tends to bode well in industry and commerce. Take the example of STD 209E Class 10,000. It's as simple as it gets! According to STD 209E, a Class 10,000 clean room can be classified as such only if a cubic foot of filtered air sample taken from within the...

  • End of Year Recap: 5 Cleanroom Projects from 2016

    With 2016 coming to an end, here is an overview of some of the projects we completed in the past year. 1) The Typical Sterile Compounding Facility The picture above is the perfect example of the typical sterile compounding facility our clients often request. The entrance (on the left) opens to the support zone, from which you access the anteroom (the window in the center) from which you finally access the buffer zone (also called clean zone or clean room) the window at the right. We completed this cleanroom as a second project for this...

  • Allied Cleanrooms: Committed To A Greener Future

    Allied Cleanrooms has been building high quality modular cleanrooms for over 20 years and has been dedicated to a greener future.  Allied Cleanrooms uses sustainable building materials and modular construction to achieve the industry’s best cleanrooms.  Taking proactive steps now will lead to a brighter and greener future for generations to come. “I’m excited about Allied Cleanroom’s green efforts,” said Cleanroom Division Manager Mike Major. “We are committed to giving our customers the highest level of customer service and providing sustainable methods of construction.” Modular construction consists of fabricating the...

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Class 10000 Clean Rooms

Class 10,000 clean rooms are rooms in which the concentration of airborne particles is never allowed to exceed 10,000 particles per cubic foot. The Class 10,000 designation and all the other 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 10,000’s International Organization for Standardization (ISO) equivalent is ISO 7. The primary function of clean rooms is to continuously filter air so that tiny particles in the air do not damage highly sensitive technologies, and in Class 10,000, the air changes 40-60 times an hour. However, this class is not particularly strict when it comes to limitations and rules regarding cleaning, moving around and clothing, but there are still special procedures for each of these activities that must be followed in order to prevent contamination. Applications and industries that utilize Class 10,000 clean rooms include electronics, for use in the assembly and fabrication of small, sensitive electrical components; scientific research, for use in laboratories for clean, controlled environments required for experimentation; and pharmaceutical, for the processing of chemicals for drugs that have strict regulations from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

In Class 10,000 clean rooms, full-length protective attire such as bunny suits are not required to be worn. However, partial protective attire such as shoe covers, lab coats, hair nets, safety glasses and gloves should be adorned by everyone entering the room. This is to block any harmful contaminants from personnel such as skin flakes, cosmetics, hair follicles, sweat and more. The fabrication of clean rooms is performed in accordance with the various regulations, and the panel or wall material in Class 10,000 clean rooms is often made of materials such as white acrylic, steel or stainless steel, aluminum or polycarbonate. The design of these clean rooms is also monitored, but there is still a variety available. In fact, 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 is a temporary and small room within a room; and soft wall, where the walls are made of tightly stretched or free-hanging fabric or plastic flaps. Additionally, Class 10,000 clean rooms may range in size from huge open spaces to tiny chambers, and may also offer extra features such as temperature control and electrostatic discharge control.

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