Clean rooms are also known as clean rooms, clean rooms or clean rooms. It is the basis of pollution control. Without clean rooms, pollution-sensitive components cannot be produced on a large scale. In FED-STD-2, the clean room is defined as a room with air filtration and is also a means of distributing, optimizing, transporting building materials and equipment with specific operating rules to control the concentration of particulate matter in the air. A clean device that achieves an appropriate level of particle cleanliness.
The development of clean rooms is closely related to modern industry and cutting-edge technology. Due to the environmental requirements of the precision machinery industry (such as gyroscopes, miniature bearings) and the semiconductor industry (such as large-scale integrated circuit production), the development of clean room technology has been promoted.
With the development of science and technology and the rapid development of industrial products, industrial clean technology and bio-clean technology will develop rapidly and become one of the important technical indicators indispensable for modern industrial production and scientific experiment activities.
Currently, cleaning technology has been widely used in various industrial or other environmental protections where particulate contamination is required. Microbial pollution, due to the large gaps and different requirements between different industries, the environment and content are different. The most common and most dependent clean room biopharmaceutical clean room, food, cosmetics, electronics factory, laboratory, hard disk industry, optoelectronics, precision instruments, lens lenses, printers, scanners, mobile phones, computers, chips, semiconductors, testing Room, flat display, operating room, etc. where high purity is required.