Cleanroom Solutions - Classifications

Classifications Explained

Applications
Cleanrooms are defined as a room, or suite of rooms, in which the concentration of airborne particles is maintained within established parameters; and where other factors are controlled to within specified limits. These rooms are designed to provide control of various environmental factors including some or all of the following:

Viable and non-viable airborne particles
• Air flow patterns
• Temperature and humidity
• Air pressure
• Containment of hazardous aerosols
• Operating procedures

Applications include the manufacture of biopharma products, sterile pharmaceuticals, electronics components, medical devices and implants; and the maintenance of sensitive aviation and avionics systems. GMP codes and specifications for many applications require that the critical process be performed in a Class 5 laminar flow cabinet installed in a Class 7 cleanroom.  

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