Clean rooms are used in industries where almost every small particle has a negative impact on the manufacturing process. They vary in size and complexity and are widely used in semiconductor manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical equipment and life sciences, as well as in key manufacturing processes common to the ministry of aerospace, optics, military and energy.
A clean room is any given holding space that specifies the reduction of particulate pollution and the control of other environmental parameters, such as temperature, humidity and pressure. The key component is the HEPA filter, which is used to capture particles of 0.3 micron and larger size. All air transported to the clean room passes through HEPA filters. Ultra-low particulate air (ULPA) filters are used in some cases where strict cleaning performance is required.
Personnel working in clean rooms are selected to receive extensive training in pollution control theory. They enter and leave the clean room through air brakes, air showers and/or dressing rooms, and they must wear special clothes to capture natural pollutants from the skin and body. Depending on the type or function of the room, the clothes of the staff may be as limited as the lab coat and hairnet, or they may be completely wrapped in a multi-layer rabbit suit and equipped with a self-contained breathing apparatus.
Clean room clothing is used to prevent substances from falling off the wearer's body and polluting the environment. Clean room clothing itself should not release particles or fibers to prevent people from polluting the environment. This type of personnel contamination reduces product performance in the semiconductor and pharmaceutical industries, and may, for example, lead to cross-infection between medical staff and patients in the health care industry.
Clean room clothing includes boots, shoes, aprons, beard covers, fluffy hats, overalls, masks, dresses/lab coats, dresses, gloves and finger covers, hairnets, headgear, sleeves and shoe covers. The type of clean room clothing used should reflect the clean room and product specifications. Low-level clean rooms may require only special shoes, with perfectly smooth soles that do not track dust or dirt. However, the sole should not be slippery because safety is always a priority. Clean room clothes are usually required to enter the clean room. Class 10,000 clean rooms can use simple blouses, headgear and boots. For Class 10 clean rooms, careful dressing procedures are required, with zipper covers, boots, gloves and a complete respirator case.
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