Clean room engineering talks about air flow control in clean room
Among the various tests performed by the clean room project to verify that the clean room works properly, one of them is the detection of indoor airflow. This is part of the entire test procedure. In order to dilute or eliminate indoor suspended pollution, thereby preventing pollution. For accumulation in the room, there must be sufficient airflow in the room, so the airflow must be detected.
Dust-free workshop engineering. In turbulent dust-free workshops, wind transmission and mixing are performed in a turbulent manner. To ensure that pollutants are removed, all parts of the dust-free workshop must achieve good air mixing. Where products are at risk from exposure to contamination, that is, those critical areas, it is particularly important to ensure good air mixing. In a one-way flow clean room, in order to ensure that the key areas reach the cleanest level, the supply air is directly from the high-efficiency filter, but this sometimes has problems because:
1. The heat generated by the machine interferes with the air flow.
2. Obstacles will prevent supply air from entering key areas.
3. The shape of obstacles and machines can make unidirectional flow become turbulent.
4. Pollution is brought into clean air.
Dust-free workshop engineering can visually check the movement of the airflow to find out whether the above problems exist and where they can increase pollution.