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A clean room classification refers to how clean the air is in a clean room environment. Different clean rooms have different requirements to ensure that the required level of clean air is always maintained .
Clean rooms are commonly associated with industries, where the sterility of the environment and prevention of cross-contamination are paramount.
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ISO standards are voluntary and difficult to enforce, though some have been adopted as part of national health, safety and environmental regulations and are thus binding. Even outside of a compulsory situation, compliance with ISO standards confers multiple benefits on a company. For example, it opens up international trade possibilities as it ensures the same quality, procedures and products will be found in different countries. It results in uniformity, enhancing efficiency and potentially saving money.
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Revisions were made to the ISO 14644-1 and -2 regulations in November 2015, coming into effect in January 2016. Because these standards regulate the classification of airborne cleanliness, the changes impact companies in a wide range of industries – anywhere that a clean-room is utilized. In this document, we provide a comprehensive overview of the new ISO 14644-1 regulations.
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