ISO 14644 and VDI 2083: connections and differences

For uniform, cross-sector and international description of processes and specifications in cleanroom technology, standards are continuously developed and supplemented with current research findings and experience. Besides the ISO Guideline 14644, VDI is often used to establish standards. We present both guideline series and take a look at their relationships as well as differences in cleanroom classification in our blogpost.

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Behaviour rules in a cleanroom

So that the cleanroom can maintain its air cleanliness class according to ISO, it is necessary to check all factors in the cleanroom for their cleanroom suitability and to optimise them, if necessary. Besides machines, assemblies and some processes in the cleanroom, it is above all the personnel who work there, that contribute significantly to the purity of the room. In this blog post, we give an insight into the most important rules of behaviour, which must be observed when working under clean conditions for employees.

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Cleaning laboratory

The regular cleaning of a cleanroom is an important factor to maintain the needed air purity class. However, the cleaning of the machines which are located in a cleanroom is often being ignored. But the maintenance cleaning of the machines should be included in the cleaning plan to ensure the necessary purity of the machine and the associated process. In addition, it is urgently necessary for the manufacturer of such a machine to process only cleaned individual parts and assemblies and thus to complete the machine. The opportunity of cleaning individual parts is often used. Cleaning in ultrasonic bath is standard nowadays.

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