Changes in Clean Room ISO Standards

Last December, international experts unveiled drafts of updated international ISO cleanroom standards that could have consequences for clean room design, implementation, and manufacturer practices in the future. The revised standards have introduced an improved statistic-based plan for room cleanliness that focuses on particle concentrations in various areas of the room Continue reading

What is a Cleanroom Anyway?

A clean room is a building that is constructed to provide for a clean environment for various fields of research such as biological or chemical research, and also for the manufacturing of sensitive components. These purposes often involve environmentally sensitive processes that require an uncontaminated environment. These processes are conducted Continue reading

Air Flow Principles for Cleanrooms

Cleanrooms are generally buildings that are designed for conducting sensitive scientific research or handling and manufacturing products that require uncontaminated environments. Usually cleanrooms use a variety of mechanisms, design features, and safe guards to prevent foreign particles, bacteria, and other similar contaminants from entering the workspace. Special employee uniforms and Continue reading