Rooms

CLEAN ROOM (Customized solutions)

“Cleanroom – Room in which the concentration of airborne particles is controlled, and which is constructed and used in a manner to minimize the introduction, generation and retention of particles inside the room.” Ref. Intl. std. ISO14644-1 first edition 1999-05-01.


Cleanroom Standard Cleanroom Classification Guidelines
ISO 14644-1 Class 3 Class 4 Class 8 Class 6 Class 7 Class 8
Federal Standard 209E 1 10 100 1.000 10.000 100.000
EU GGMP - - A/B - C D
Air changes / hour 360-540 300-540 240-480 150-240 60-90 5-48
Selected Airborne Particulate Cleanliness Classes for cleanrooms and clean zones shown in ISO 14644-1:1999
ISO Classification Number Maximum concentration limits (particles/m³ of air) for particles equal to and larger than the considered sizes shown below
≥0.1µm ≥0.2µm ≥0.3µm ≥0.5µm ≥1.0µm ≥5.0µm
ISO Class 1 10 2 - - - -
ISO Class 2 100 24 10 4 - -
ISO Class 3 1.000 237 102 35 8 -
ISO Class 4 10.000 2.370 1.020 352 83 -
ISO Class 5 100.000 23.700 10.200 3.520 832 29
ISO Class 6 1.000.000 237.000 102.000 35.200 8.320 293
ISO Class 7 - - - 352.000 83.200 2.930
ISO Class 8 - - - 3.520.000 832.000 29.300
ISO Class 9 - - - 35.200.000 8.320.000 293.000
Market & Typical Applications
Pharmaceutical Blister Packaging, Capsule & Tablet Manufacturing, Powder weighing & Handling
Food Industry Enclose Manufacturing line for Fruit, Vegetables, Bottling line (Protection against contamination)
Electronics Electronics Assembly, Photonics, Engineering
Engineering Injection Moulding, Precision Extrusion, Optics, Composite Manf, Automotive
Healthcare Medical Devices Manf. & Assembly, Life Sciences, Biotechnology, Stem Cell Research
Semiconductors Protection of Substrates and Silicon Wafers, Vacuum Coating, Thin Film Deposition, Optics
Aerospace Satellite Subassembly, Electronics Assembly, Optics