While developing a cleanroom facility, indoor air quality is of utmost importance, for product quality and human health. Air, either from outside or from recirculation, is a platform for airborne bacteria and contaminants to circulate, often which are harmful to the products or people in the cleanroom.
Cleanrooms are specially structured and controlled environments where concentrations of airborne particles must be kept at specific levels.
It takes a great amount of technology to achieve and maintain the requirements for air cleanliness as outlined in ISO 14644-1.
The HVAC system for cleanrooms allows the cleanroom to maintain airborne contaminant concentrations, while ensuring the safety of workers and the products.
Thus, it is very important to install and maintain an effective HVAC system in your cleanroom.