What is a Cleanroom?
- Cleanrooms are specially designed enclosures that are designed to eliminate contaminants and microorganisms.
- The purity of the air in a cleanroom is determined by the number of µm particles there are in one cubic meter of air.
- There are several classifications used to identify a cleanroom. The International Organization of Standardization (ISO) is the most widely accepted.
- There are strict guidelines for clothing worn by workers in a cleanroom.
- The most important component in a cleanroom is its air exchange unit.
- Airflow in a clean room can be unidirectional or turbulent.
- The two construction designs of cleanrooms are modular and permanent or stick.