ISO 14644 cleanroom standards
- 02, 01, 2021
For many manufacturing or research activities, pollution control is very important. Through the clean room environment (clean room) environmental management and strict process control, so that pollution control easier. This ISO 14644 clean room standards for cleanrooms provides some solutions as well as the procedures necessary for risk management of sources of pollution.
ISO 14644 assists in improving management of polluted particles in the air. Clean rooms that are well regulated and well-graded are of particular importance in some food manufacturing, pharmaceutical, aerospace and automotive industries. The definition of a clean room is simply "a highly controlled area of pollution source in the air." Suppose an area has no real control over a source of pollution that is likely to cause a catastrophic catastrophe for a process or product. David Ensor, ISO Standards Council member,
points out that the use of cleanrooms is related to most modern high-tech industries and therefore, the revision is a widespread challenge for the relevant technical committee. These two revisions mainly help to improve the quantification and management capabilities of "airborne particles".
ISO 14644 series of standards, there are 2 standards have been updated in 2015 Among the ISO14644 series of standards, 2 standards have been updated and updated to meet the latest technological developments and to meet the market demand, namely ISO 14644-1: 2015 and ISO 14644-2: 2015 respectively.
ISO 14644-1: 2015 Cleanrooms and related control environments - Part 1: Classification of airborne particles and their air cleanliness (ISO 14644-1: 2015 Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments - Part 1: Classification of air cleanliness by particle concentration) ISO 14644-2: 2015 Cleanrooms and Related Control Environments - Part 2: Supervise cleanrooms for air cleanliness through the monitoring of particulates in the air and provide a basic framework for supervising cleanrooms Grading. (ISO 14644-2: 2015 Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments - Part 2: Monitoring to provide evidence of cleanroom performance related to air cleanliness by particle concentration)
ISO 14644 assists in improving management of polluted particles in the air More ISO 14644 standard family
Part 1: Classification of air cleanliness Classification of air cleanliness
Part 2: Supervising the cleanroom's ability to control air cleanliness through the monitoring of particulates in the air. Specifications for testing and monitoring to prove continued compliance with ISO 14644-1
Part 3: Test Methods
Part 4: Design, Build and Enable Design, construction and start-up
Part 5: Running Operations
Part 6: Vocabulary
Part 7: Separators, Clean Air Hoods, Glove Boxes, Isolators, and Mini-Job Openings Separative devices (clean air hoods, gloveboxes, isolators and minienvironments)
Part 8: Air Chemical Concentration Classification (ACC) Classification of airborne molecular contamination
Part 9: Surface Particle Cleanliness Classification of Air Particle Concentration Classification of surface particle cleanliness
Part 10: Surface cleanliness of the surface chemical classification Classification of Surface Cleanliness by Chemical Concentration