Definition of clean room
Clean room defines clean room, also known as dust free workshop or clean room. Clean room refers to a specially designed room that eliminates the pollutants such as particles, harmful air and bacteria in the air within a certain space, and controls the indoor temperature, cleanliness, indoor pressure, air velocity and air distribution, noise, vibration, lighting and static electricity within a certain demand range. That is, no matter how the external air conditions change, the indoor can maintain the performance characteristics such as cleanliness, temperature, humidity and pressure originally set.
Airflow - primary purification - air conditioning - medium efficiency purification - fan air supply - Pipeline - high efficiency purification outlet - blowing into the room - taking away particles such as dust and bacteria - return air shutter - primary purification.
Repeat the above process to achieve the purpose of purification.
Purification parameters and ventilation times:
Not less than 100000 times;
Not less than 20 times for 10000 levels;
1000 not less than 30 times.
Differential pressure: the pressure between the main workshop and adjacent rooms shall not be less than 5pa
Average wind speed: Grade 10, Grade 100, 0.3-0.5m/s;
The temperature is greater than 16 "C in winter; less than 26c in summer; fluctuation ± 2'c.
Humidity 45 - 65%;
The humidity of GMP powder workshop should be about 50%;
The humidity of the electronic workshop is slightly higher to avoid static electricity.
The noise shall not be greater than 65dB (a);
The make-up volume of fresh air is 10% - 30% of the total air supply volume;
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