Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments provide for the control of airborne particulate contamination to levels appropriate for accomplishing contamination-sensitive activities. Products and processes that benefit from the control of airborne contamination include those in such industries as aerospace, microelectronics, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and healthcare.
This part of ISO 14644 specifies the requirements for the design and construction of cleanroom facilities. It is intended for use by purchasers, suppliers and designers of cleanroom installations and provides a check list of important parameters of performance. Construction guidance is provided, including requirements for start-up and qualification. Basic elements of design and construction needed to ensure continued satisfactory operation are identified through the consideration of relevant aspects of operation and maintenance.
This part of ISO 14644 is one of a series of standards concerned with cleanrooms and associated subjects. Many factors besides design, construction and start-up should be considered in the operation and control of cleanrooms and other controlled environments. These are covered in some detail in other International Standards prepared by ISO/TC 209.
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