Clean Room

September 5, 2007 at 2:17 pm Leave a comment

Clean rooms are classified by the cleanliness of their air. The method most easily understood and most universally applied is the one suggested in the earlier versions (A to D) of Federal Standard 209 of the USA. In this old standard the number of particles equal to and greater than 0.5 m m is measured in one cubic foot of air and this count used to classify the room. The most recent 209E version has also accepted a metric nomenclature. In the UK the British Standard 5295, published in 1989, is also used to classify clean rooms. This standard is about to be superseded by BS EN ISO 14644-1.

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