Tips when designing a Cleanroom

When preparing to build a cleanroom for your business you want to make sure to think through several key factors early in the process to help you make sure to build the best cleanroom. Standards Requirements One of the major factors you want to consider is the standards requirements your room needs to meet. For example, GMP compliant cleanrooms require full flush design, coved corners, monitoring systems, airlocks, etc. ISO 5? ISO 6? ISO 7? ISO 8?GMP Grade A, Grade B, Grade C, Grade D?

Do I need a lab, controlled environment or a clean room?

While these three terms sometimes are used interchangeably they can also be used to classify three different types of research and manufacturing facilities that your company may need. Laboratory- Little to no environmental controlA laboratory is often used to describe a facility where research, experiments, and testing can occur. Sometimes laboratories do not need to follow rigorous guidelines for cleanliness or air quality and could be used in a more normal way. Laboratories at schools

Problems with maintaining a proper cleanroom

Keeping your cleanroom operating properly is a key factor in making sure your manufacturing processes and company can meet the demands to produce value to your customers as well as maintaining a high yield in your throughput. A common place where bottlenecks can occur is when your cleanroom is not properly maintained. Here are 4 major issues where your cleanroom can become the source of contamination, resulting in lower yields: 1- Starting with a poor designOne of the most overlooked asp

Is your Cleanroom Clean enough?

Cleanrooms are required to meet specific standards for their industry to ensure best practices for manufacturing. Sometimes the cleanroom you are using does not meet the requirements. This can cause many issues in your business and be a costly issue to handle. Most of these guidelines are set up through the ISO standards for manufacturing that regulate various aspects of your cleanroom.  Air Filters: The type of filters you use in your cleanroom can affect how efficiently your room can

Key factors when planning a cleanroom

When planning a cleanroom it is important to consider several factors that are outside the cleanroom that can impact the quality fo your cleanroom and its costs. Understanding the purpose and function of the cleanroom- Making sure to understand the purpose of the cleanroom and how it will affect the overall processes and results for the company is important. The function of a cleanroom is going to influence the types of regulations the room will need to meet and thus impact the cost o