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Design Principles

The Theory Air Flow. ISO class 5 (Class 100) and cleaner facilities are designed based on laminar flow principles or, to be more precise; unidirectional

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Cleanroom Standards

There are two standards that our users typically refer to; the old FS209E standard which contained six classes, and the international replacement ISO 14644-1 classification

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Cleanroom Classification

Which Cleanroom Classification Level Do I Need? We all like a simple answer but unfortunately, you might need different classification levels at various stages during

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Summit Station
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The Big Chill!

We are delighted to be working with The Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science at the University of Leeds. The ice nucleation research team are conducting

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How to clean a cleanroom
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How to clean a cleanroom

Our two new videos detail how to correctly clean your Clean Tent, and cleanroom surfaces. For the demonstrations, Redditch Medical kindly supplied InSpec QT disinfectant for wiping

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Cleanroom wipedown
Clean Tent videos

Cleanroom Wipe Down

How to properly wipe down a cleanroom, featuring Clean Environments’ Clean Tent CT750 and Redditch Medical’s InSpec N10 impregnated mop heads.

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What is a cleanroom certification?

ISO/DIS 14644-3 specifies performance tests for unidirectional and non-unidirectional cleanrooms in the three standard occupancy states (as-built, at-rest, and in operation). There are many tests

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