Clean Room Technology

Clean Room Technology
Clean room technology is being used in every industry where small particles present it air can unpropitiously affect the specialized process of that organization. These processes include manufacturing, testing, packaging, storage, etc. Clean room conditions are achieved by using various classes of filters to remove particles from air. The filters act like a grid by not letting through particles of a certain size.
Clean room is a confined space where provisions are precisely followed to reduce the particulate contamination and to control other environmental parameters like humidity, temperature and pressure. HEPA/ULPA filters along with other EACs are the heart of the clean room as they trap particles ranging in different sizes as per the requirement of the process.
The technology is divided into three parts:
1.  Design
2.  Testing
3. Operation  
Designing of a clean room contributes to pre-acquiring knowledge of various parameters like location, height of ceiling, distance from outdoor units, also it needs precise work to provide sufficient contamination removal along with favourable cooling/heating.
Commissioning is a prominent part of the technology as it verifies the consistency and work pattern of the system. Every component should be checked for their performance before bringing them to operations.
At last, operations should be precise and maximum efficiency should be achieved within the system. Low energy consumption with more cooling output is the key to a good HVAC system.