SECTORS WITH STRONG REGULATORYCONSTRAINTS
General information on cleanrooms
The clean room or clean room is an environment in which the particulate rate of the volume considered is controlled in a “Controlled Atmosphere Zone” (hereinafter CAZ). This particulate control allows the minimization of the introduction, generation, and retention of particles in the considered areas.
The choice of this type of installation is mainly linked to the production for regulatory needs and/or quality requirements.
Clean rooms are then specific environments linked to the production to be protected or allow the improvement of the production environment. Parameters such as temperature, hygrometry, and pressure, can also be part of environmental control.