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A clean room is a controlled environment that is specially designed to minimize the presence of airborne particles such as dust, microbes, and chemical vapors. It is used in various industries, including pharmaceuticals, electronics, biotechnology, and aerospace, where even small contaminants can have a significant impact on the production process or the quality of the final product.

Clean rooms: have strict standards and protocols to ensure cleanliness and prevent contamination. The air inside the clean room is filtered and continuously circulated through high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters to remove particles. Personnel working in clean rooms typically wear special garments like coveralls, gloves, masks, and shoe covers to minimize the introduction of contaminants.

Clean rooms: are classified into different levels based on the number and size of particles allowed per cubic meter of air. The classification ranges from ISO Class 1 (the strictest) to ISO Class 9 (the least strict). The classification determines the cleanliness requirements and the level of control measures needed.

Clean rooms: are essential for industries that require a sterile or controlled environment, such as semiconductor manufacturing, pharmaceutical production, medical device manufacturing, and scientific research. They help ensure product quality, protect sensitive equipment, and maintain a controlled environment for critical processes.