How clean can a room possibly be? Well, that’s exactly where the role of cleanroom technology comes in. Cleanrooms are a technology that ensure there is a controlled level of contamination designed to maintain dust, airborne organisms, aerosol or vaporized particle levels on a per cubic meter molecule measure.
To achieve this, air cleaning filtration devices, such as HEPA filters, and ultra-low particulate air (ULPA) filters are installed on the cleanroom walls and ceilings based on the contamination control theory. Most of the time, it is terminal HEPA filters, which are room side replaceable to avoid any contamination during exchange.
In this content by ACH Engineering, we will be precisely looking at 8 of the industries that are embracing cleanroom design aspects: