Minimise contaminations in your cleanroom environment
Cleanrooms are specially constructed, environmentally controlled enclosed spaces where the contaminants, temperature, humidity and pressure are kept within strict limits to facilitate manufacture or research processes. It is most commonly used in industries such as biotechnology, aerospace, microelectronics, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, food, and healthcare.
As contaminants can be generated by people, processes, raw materials, facilities and equipment, it is important to continually review the level of contamination and prevent contaminants from entering the cleanroom environment.
Cleanroom testing and certification are usually based on factors such as the design, operational status, and the required level of certification.
The cleanroom testing services include:
The choice of test methods will depend on the specific operational status of the cleanroom as defined below:
As – Built
Condition where the installation is complete with all services functioning but without equipment, materials or staff presence.
At – Rest
Condition where the equipment installation is complete and operating in a manner as agreed upon by the customer and supplier, but with no staff presence.
Condition where the installation is functioning in a specific way with designated number of staff, who are working in an agreed upon manner.
TÜV SÜD laboratories are accredited to the requirements of ISO 17025 by the Singapore Laboratory Accreditation Scheme (SAC-SINGLAS).
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