'Cleanroom' as the name suggests refers to a room, space, or a particular confinement which is quite clean. But having said that, when we are talking of a scientific process any system needs to be quantified, and the same goes for a 'Cleanroom'. Although there are a number of different standard definitions of cleanroom, it can be defined as " A room where there is a controlled level of contamination, and the contaminants can be dust, bacteria, mold, electro-static discharge etc." The level of contamination is quantified by the number of air particles/particulates, of a particular particle size, per unit volume (generally cubic metre).
The concept of Cleanroom and Cleanroom service has received prominence in a number of industries and service providers which lay emphasis on precision like semi-conductor/electronics, microelectronics, aerospace, pharmaceuticals, hospitals, microbiological laboratories, and other sophisticated equipment manufacturers. Since the work of maintainingRead More »from Significance of the Concept of 'Cleanroom'