Ensure that your clean room adheres to all classification requirements and standards
Nowadays, adherence to stringent clean room classification prerequisites is a must in almost all high-tech and growth sectors. A host of related guidelines and laws must be considered to ensure the optimal performance of your assets.
TÜV SÜD’s clean room experts work at the cutting-edge of clean room design, governing the future of contamination control and clean room technology, drawing up the codes and standards for effective clean room construction. Production of modern technology would be impossible without contamination control and monitorable clean room standards. The more our daily lives become defined by technology, the higher the demand for contamination control i.e. via monitoring the types of particles within in a clean room’s air composition.
A clean room’s equipment and high purity media systems must be planned, projected, certified and periodically re-certified according to national and international clean room standards and industry guidelines and regulations – this is where TÜV SÜD can help.
A clean room is designed to control the internal environment of a room via observing the types of particles prevalent in the air. This means that the number of airborne organisms, chemical vapors and contaminants present within the room are tightly monitored.
More often than not, a clean room is entered and left via an airlock, requires staff to go through an extensive clean room training program before being allowed access and necessitates that all in-room equipment doesn’t produce any contaminants.
A clean room is often a prerequisite in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, microelectronic, optoelectronic, micro and nanotechnology manufacturing and food industry sectors. With a clean room class certification, your clean rooms would comply with the class criteria and function optimally.
TÜV SÜD provides clean room services in the following sectors and industries:
Other clean room services include:
In the microelectronics, pharma and life sciences sectors, the design and construction of production plants and machinery must satisfy the most stringent requirements. As a plant manufacturer or owner/operator, you must be particularly uncompromising in fulfilling purity criteria.
To strike a balance between quality, cost-effectiveness and safety, considerations should be given to statutory regulations, investment costs, the costs of ongoing production, but also production performance, maintenance and user-friendliness. Our interdisciplinary project teams can advise you with their expert know-how in hygienic plant design and GMP and FDA compliant production and assist you with the planning and construction of your plants by providing specific technical expertise and practice-focused, cost-effective solutions.
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