On average, people spend nearly 90% of their time indoors. Is your IAQ high enough to protect people from bacteria while they’re inside your building?
Without the proper clean room ventilation system, your controlled environment becomes contaminated. How can you improve your clean room’s HVAC?
HVAC Systems for Your Clean Room Design
To run efficiently, your clean room must have low levels of:
- Dust and debris
- Aerosol particles
- Chemical vapors
It must also meet the following clean room classifications:
- Federal Standard 209e
- ISO 14644-1
- ICH Q7A
Clean room designs require knowledge of regulations, cleanliness levels, airflow, temperature control, room pressurization, humidity levels, and activities in the clean room.