Cleanroom environment monitoring
What is an air quality standard for cleanrooms?
The compliant standard for cleanrooms’ design and building is ISO 14644. It specifies the classification of air cleanliness in terms of the concentration of airborne particles in such environments. More specifically, the standard ranges from ISO 3 (extremely clean, no contamination) to ISO 8 (the lowest level).
Production managers set a clear and fixed minimum air quality standard needed for their production processes. It is mandatory and relates to the maximum amount of particles in the air, defined by the above mentioned standard. ISO 7 is often used as a minimum level of cleanliness to be achieved in manufacturing areas. In order to achieve these standards, InsightAir has an in-house monitoring service.
What are the advantages of the Air Quality as a Service by InsightAir?The initiation of our Air Quality as a Service in a cleanroom environment has multiple benefits. As already mentioned, while monitoring permanently the air quality, we manage to recognize trendings and in doing so we are able to avoid exceeding the maximum allowed particle concentrations.Further, a proper insight in the air quality results in higher quality output and less fall-out during the production processes. Moreover, the data generated by our sensors can be deployed for choosing the right types of air purification systems in order to improve the air quality even more.With more than 15 years of experience, InsightAir has a broad experience with different air cleaning technologies such as mechanical filtration, ionization, electrostatic precipitation, photocatalysis and chemisorption. InsightAir networks ensure you will meet your project requirements and even exceed your customer’s expectations for product quality.
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