Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Cleanrooms
Most biotechnology and pharmaceutical cleanrooms are specified at ISO Class 5 to ISO Class 8. Particulate is a main concern in these spaces, and there are a variety of ways that you can keep your cleanroom free of contaminants. Many of these cleanrooms will require personnel to wear cleanroom garments to keep particles out of the space.
Electronics and Semiconductor
From your laptop to your bluetooth speaker, the chips and nanochips that go into these technological devices are incredibly small. While these pieces of technology are small, they hold and store a ton of critical data, and each device must be 100% accurate in order for the rest of the machine to work. Even the smallest speck of dust in the wrong place can render a computer, tablet, or gaming device ineffective, which is why it’s so important that these items are manufactured in a controlled cleanroom.
While you probably love the camera on your smartphone, did you know that its photo lens was probably manufactured in a cleanroom? The process of lens manufacturing requires strict particulate contamination controls, along with humidity and temperature control. Thanks to the steps taken by cleanroom staff, we have a way to capture some of the best moments of our life from our cell phones.