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Clean Room or Cleanroom Professional

 

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Clean rooms (Cleanroom) is.

Closed areas or rooms a controlled environment, for example.

  • The closed areas that control the amount of particles.
  • The closed areas with volume control pathogens, bacteria, microorganisms.
  • The closed areas with temperature control.
  • The closed areas with humidity control.
  • The closed areas with controlled lighting within a room.
  • The closed areas that control air pressure inside.
  • The closed areas the vibration control room.
  • The closed area is controlled air exchange.
  • etc.

Cleanroom with any industry.

  • Industrial electronics and computer.
  • Industrial food factory and drink.
  • Industrial pharmaceutical factory and hospital.
  • In auto assembly industry and motorcycles.
  • In industrial painting and coating.
  • Industrial packaging.
  • etc.

Why has Cleanroom?

  • To increase the quality of output.
  • To optimize And the amount of output Minimize loss of productivity.
  • Increase the value of output.
  • Increased market competition.
  • Improving productivity is a future market.
  • etc.

CLEANROOM STANDARD

U.S. Federal Standard 209 E ( FS–209E ) : 1992

Class

Particle/Cu.Ft.

≥0.1µm

≥0.2µm

≥0.3µm

≥0.5µm

≥5.0µm

1 35 7.5 3 1 n/a
10 350 75 30 10 n/a
100 n/a 750 300 100 n/a
1000 n/a n/a n/a 1000 7
10000 n/a n/a n/a 10000 70
100000 n/a n/a n/a 100000 700

 

ISO Standard 14644-1 : 1999

Class

Particle/Cu.M.

≥0.1µm

≥0.2µm

≥0.3µm

≥0.5µm

≥1.0µm

≥5.0µm

ISO 1 10 2 n/a n/a n/a n/a
ISO 2 100 24 10 4 n/a n/a
ISO 3 1000 237 102 35 8 n/a
ISO 4 10000 2370 1020 353 83 n/a
ISO 5 100000 23700 10200 3530 832 29
ISO 6 1000000 237000 102000 35300 8320 293
ISO 7 n/a n/a n/a 353000 83200 2930
ISO 8 n/a n/a n/a 3530000 832000 29300
ISO 9 n/a n/a n/a 35300000 8320000 293000

 

Comparison of U.S. Federal Standard 209 E : 1992 and ISO Standard 14644-1 : 1999

FS 209E

1 10 100 1000 10000 100000

ISO 14644-1

ISO 3 ISO 4 ISO 5 ISO 6 ISO 7 ISO 8

 

EU GGMP : 1997 ( European Union Guide to Good Manufacturing Products )

The maximum allowable number of particles per cubic meter

Grade at rest in operation

≥0.5µm

≥5.0µm

≥0.5µm

≥5.0µm

A

3500 (ISO 5)

0

3500 (ISO 5)

0
B

3500 (ISO 5)

0

350000 (ISO 7)

2000
C

350000 (ISO 7)

2000

3500000 (ISO 8)

20000
D

3500000 (ISO 8)

20000

n/a

n/a

 

Definition of cleanroom applications .

  1. Status " as built " status , which means the installation of a clean room is complete with a variety of clean rooms . It is connected and running. But there is no production equipment , materials or personnel inside the room .

  2. Status " at rest " status , which means the installation of a clean room is completed with the installation of manufacturing equipment and the equipment they were operating in a manner agreed upon between the employer and the supplier . But no personnel inside the room .

  3. Status " in operation " status , which means the installation of a clean room is complete with production equipment and the equipment they were operating in the manner prescribed . Along with a number of persons specified in the room and is working in the manner agreed .

 

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