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Dust-free workshop refers to the removal of particulates, harmful air, bacteria and other pollutants in the air within a certain space, and the indoor temperature, cleanliness, indoor pressure, air velocity and air distribution, noise vibration and lighting, static electricity Specially designed rooms that are controlled within a certain range of requirements. That is to say, no matter how the external air conditions change, the indoor can maintain the characteristics of the cleanliness, temperature, humidity, and pressure performance that were originally set.
Car-free workshop classification: 1st, 100th, 1,000th, 10,000th, 100,000th, and millionth. The higher the level, the more common is the 100th to 100,000th.
Class 1 dust-free workshop is mainly used in the microelectronics industry for manufacturing integrated circuits. The precise requirements for integrated circuits are sub-microns.
Class 10 dust-free workshop is mainly used in the semiconductor industry with a bandwidth of less than 2 microns.
Class 100 clean room is the most commonly used and therefore the most important clean room. This clean room is widely used in the manufacture of implants, such as implants, surgical operations, including transplants, the manufacture of integrators, Isolation treatment for patients with particularly sensitive infections, such as isolation treatment after bone marrow transplant patients.
Class 1000 dust-free workshop is mainly used for the production of high-quality optical products. It is also used for testing, assembling aircraft spirometers, and assembling high-quality miniature bearings.
The 10,000-level and 10,000-level dust-free workshops are used for the assembly of hydraulic or pneumatic equipment, and in some cases are also used in the food and beverage industry. In addition, the 10,000-level dust-free workshops are also commonly used in the medical industry.
Class 100,000 and Class 100,000 dust-free workshops are used in many industrial sectors, such as the manufacture of optical products, the manufacture of large electronic systems for smaller components, the manufacture of hydraulic or pneumatic systems, the production of food and beverages, the medical and pharmaceutical industries This class of clean room is also often used.