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Terminology in Cleanroom Technics

The technical terms used in clean rooms

Air Lock - is placed between the clean room and office area outside and it works a room or rooms transit buffer when transporting materials in and out of clean room area.
Air flow rate - is the volume flow per unit time
Air Shower - is a small room in which the layout of the compressed air nozzle to clean up the staff before entering the clean room.
Airborne Particulate Cleanliness Class Number - shows the number of particles sized 0.5 microns or larger in a volume of air in clean rooms. The smaller number of levels means that air purity.
Ceiling Grid System -  is a structure built on it to install lighting systems and air filters for clean rooms.
Cleanroom Partitions -  is the range wall is used to prevent the clean room into clean areas clean to meet different requirements.
Clean Room Pass Thrus - to prevent room air but is used as corridors for products and materials into or out of the clean room area without going into to reduce personnel minimum penetration of the elements of air contamination in clean rooms.
Clean Room Suits - commonly known as "bunny suits" and are worn over regular clothes. The suit is made from non-woven anti-static fiber.
Clean Room Tables - is a desk with a desk was punched or solid, satisfying the requirements of the clean room.
Cleanzone: One assigned space in which the concentration of particles in the air are controlled so that below the level allowed.
Contamination - of hazardous or unwanted substance that our presence in the environment can reduce the purity of that environment.
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) - The release without charge voltage control, it is also called "electric shock" and easily destroy semiconductor products.
Equipment Layout - is a summary of the clean room and other areas necessary function links fit together to coordinate the functions and activities.
Federal Standard 209E - a written declaration standards of air cleanliness in clean rooms.
Filter Module - (HP filter) is a device fitted with HEPA or ULPA filter and is mounted in the ceiling or walls of the clean room.
HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) Filter - (dust in air filter performance) is the ability to filter the air to retain at least 99.97% of particles sized 0.3 microns.
ULPA (Ultra Low Particulate Air) Filter - (micro filter dust in the air) is the air filter can retain 99.9999% of the primary distribution is 0.12 microns in size.
HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) Systems -is a device for providing and maintaining heating, cooling and air conditioning in the building or facility production.
Laminar Flow - (time of each class) is the wind blowing in a limited area of ​​space to determine wind direction and velocity does not change.
Microscopic - are tiny creatures and often carry diseases. They usually spread from human skin during peeling skin cells.
Particle Size - (small size distribution) represents the measurement or size of a grain.
Particle - (Sub-division) is the object, either solid or liquid form, in size from 0.001 to 1.000 microns.
Particulate -is comprised of various objects distinct from each other.
Prefilters - (Filter preliminary, pre-filter) as additional filters are used to connect to the main filter, it filters the sub-division of large filters and protection of excessive contamination.
Sample Acquisition Time - (Time for receiving sample) period during which the particle counting equipment cumulative count data before it returns zero and continue counting again.
Sealant - (gasket, sealing glue) is a substance usually consisting of plastic or silicone used to HEPA filters in the ceiling.
Sticky Mat - (sticky material) is placed door mats at the entrance to clean rooms and bathrooms. This carpet adhesive film used to clean the shoes of the employees.
Testing / Certification Services - is the inspection and maintenance of clean room components, including HEPA filters, HVAC systems and other devices. The inspection includes HEPA filter, and count survey distribution and measurement of air-conditioning, measuring vibration and air flow stability.
Turbulent Flow - (turbulent flow) is the air flow in a certain space does not flow the same direction.
Utility Matrix - is also called "table mining process and equipment", "Table Tools", "Table requirements exploitation" which summarizes the analysis of the exploit each device used to plan construction of a clean room
Unidirectional Airflow Cleanrooms / laminar Airflow cleanrooms -clean room in which air is filtered into the room to work areas in a single direction, minimizing the turbulent flow of air. Clean room with air flow in a common direction only HEPA or ULPA filter covers 80% or more in the ceiling (vertical gas flow) or a wall (Horizontal airflow) 
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