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Cleanroom certification is a process that verifies whether a cleanroom meets proper standards, such as ISO or other benchmarks, and is done mainly through testing. Some testing procedures are required for all cleanrooms, and others are only required in certain industries. Certification is done by...

In research and manufacturing, it is sometimes necessary to control environmental conditions, such as temperature, humidity, or even airborne particle counts. By doing this, organizations can avoid issues with sensitive processes and products. Cleanrooms, which regulate airborne particles, are one such type of controlled environment....

Few people know that hospitals were the first places to use cleanrooms. In the 19th century, a British surgeon named Lord Lister believed that bacteria were responsible for the many deaths that occurred after surgeries. To test his theory, he sprayed a disinfectant solution (carbolic...

In the strict world of cleanrooms, HVAC systems are not just about temperature control or comfort. They are essential in controlling particle contamination and ensuring environments meet the right cleanliness standards. This overview focuses on the key components, objectives, and filtration strategies of cleanroom HVAC...

ISO 6 cleanrooms play an important role in many industries. While all cleanrooms control the number and size of particles, the specific limits vary by ISO class. In this guide, we’ll go over what ISO Class 6 cleanrooms are and how they are used. What is...

If you’re considering designing and constructing a cleanroom, but aren’t exactly sure what ISO classifications are, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s air out some of the confusion. First of all, cleanrooms are classified by how pure the air is. Specifically, classifications are designed to categorize a cleanroom by the number of particles found in the lab’s air. The cleanroom classification standard ISO 14644- 1 uses particular particle count measurements to categorize the cleanliness or air purity level of a clean zone or cleanroom.
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