We do know a thing or two about Cleanroom Standards and are always happy to share our knowledge. That’s why we were invited to contribute to Clean Air Containment Review (CACR) magazine. Our article is an update on ISO 14644 Cleanroom Standards (Parts 3 & 4).
What people need to know most about the update to ISO 14644-3 from its 2005 edition is the removal of procedures relating to the classification of cleanrooms by airborne particles. When ISO 14644-1 was updated and issued in 2015 it incorporated these procedures.
Other notable changes include updates to the procedures relating to installed filter system leakage testing, including changes and additions to the designated leak acceptance criteria.
If you’d like to know a bit more, you can read the full CACR article here. If you’d like to know a lot more, or discuss how the working group is challenging all the technical elements in ISO 14644-4 to develop a clear, concise, and useful updated standard, just get in touch with us.
Did you know?
Our MD, Stephen Ward, is the UK’s technical expert for ISO TC209/Working Group 3 on the revision of the ISO 14644-3 standard and ISO TC209/Working Group 4 for the revision to the ISO14644-4 standard. Hopefully that explains what we mean when we say, “we know a thing or two about cleanroom standards”.