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IEST-RP-CC026 - CLEANROOM OPERATIONS - SECOND PRINTING Organization: IEST
Date: 2004-09-01
Description: BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE New cleanrooms and the production and service equipment they contain are installed and commissioned by specialists under controlled and near ideal conditions.
IEST-RP-CC006 - TESTING CLEANROOMS Organization: IEST
Date: 2004-08-01
Description: It is intended to assist planners, designers, manufacturers, and customers in preparing detailed specifications for cleanroom procurement and for assuring cleanroom operational compliance. Performance tests are recommended for cleanrooms and clean zones in three operational phases (see Table 1).
VDI 2083 BLATT 9.2 - CLEANROOM TECHNOLOGY - CONSUMABLES IN THE CLEANROOM Organization: VDI
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: Examples include: • gloves • multiple-use clothing • cleanroom shoes/overshoes • packaging materials • wipes • face masks • single-use clothing • mop covers • paper This standard defines the basic properties of the product types mentioned in terms of their use in a controlled environment as well as the cleanliness-related properties and how to test them.
IEST-RP-CC012 - CONSIDERATIONS IN CLEANROOM DESIGN Organization: IEST
Date: 2015-02-01
Description: This Recommended Practice (RP) makes recommendations regarding factors to consider in the design of cleanroom facilities. This discussion is limited to those environmental conditions that typically confront cleanroom designers and users.
WILEY - CLEANROOM DESIGN - CLEANROOM DESIGN 2ND EDITION Organization: WILEY
Date: 2001-01-01
Description: Demand for cleanrooms is flourishing as manufacturing becomes increasingly sophisticated. From computers and CD players to medicines and convenience foods, more and more products require high levels of contamination control.
IEST-RP-CC023 - MICROORGANISMS IN CLEANROOMS Organization: IEST
Date: 2006-01-01
Description: Contamination can occur in many forms, including: • Molecular contamination—the undesired presence of chemicals or elements in a product or device • Particulate contamination—the presence of material that can cause defects due to its physical presence • Electrostatic contamination—the presence of excess or unwanted electrical charge • Microbial contamination—the unwanted presence of microorganisms or their metabolic byproducts in a product or environment Controlled environments and cleanrooms have evolved as the primary method for controlling contamination. Cleanrooms can be designed and maintained to control any or all forms of contamination.
IPC-TA-724 - TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT SERIES ON CLEANROOMS Organization: IPC
Date: 1998-04-01
Description: This first section, however, does include the best articles on cleanrooms and their application to the PCB industry. The critical areas for cleanrooms are photoresist application, photoresist and soldermask exposure, phototool manufacturing, and multilayer lamination.
FMAPPROVAL 4910 - CLEANROOM MATERIALS FLAMMABILITY TEST PROTOCOL Organization: FM
Date: 2013-10-01
Description: This test standard describes minimum performance requirements for materials which are intended for use in cleanroom facilities. This standard evaluates the ability of the materials to limit fire spread and smoke damage.
ASHRAE - 4774 - INTEGRATED CLEANROOM DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2005-01-01
Description: This paper discusses the design and construction integration ofcleanroom buildings and cleanroom facilities to achieve better qualiîy, faster delivev, lower cost, more optimized operation and maintenance, lower energy consumption, cleaner environment, safer, more reliable and moreproductive conditions, and longer service life.
IEST-RP-CC046 - CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTS (AEROSPACE, NON-CLEANROOM) Organization: IEST
Date: 2013-04-01
Description: This includes production operations from piece-part acquisition through delivery of the final product. This RP is not associated with cleanroom requirements or related documentation.
ISO DIS 20437 - NATURAL RUBBER LATEX CLEANROOM GLOVES - SPECIFICATION Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-04-07
Description: This international standard specifies the specification for ISO 4, ISO 5 and ISO 6 cleanroom gloves. It is applicable to cleanroom gloves made of natural rubber latex (NRL).
IEST-RP-CC018 - CLEANROOM HOUSEKEEPING: OPERATING AND MONITORING PROCEDURES Organization: IEST
Date: 2007-10-01
Description: This Recommended Practice (RP) provides guidance for maintaining a cleanroom at the level for which it was designed. This document is intended as a guide for establishing appropriate housekeeping procedures essential for the overall contamination control program of the cleanroom.
ASTM E2312 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR TESTS OF CLEANROOM MATERIALS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: This practice identifies test methods used to evaluate the properties of various materials and products used in cleanrooms and for cleanroom construction. This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use.
ASTM E2614 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR EVALUATION OF CLEANROOM DISINFECTANTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-05-01
Description: Knowledge in the following areas is recommended: microorganisms, antimicrobial products (disinfectants, sporicides, and decontamination agents), the chemistry of disinfection, mechanism of activity of disinfectants on cells, application procedures, cleanroom surfaces, and environmental conditions within a cleanroom. This information is available in several published texts listed in the bibliography.
FMAPPROVAL 4911 - WAFER CARRIERS FOR USE IN CLEANROOMS Organization: FM
Date: 2010-04-01
Description: This standard sets performance requirements for wafer carriers used in cleanrooms by evaluating the ability of these products to limit fire spread and smoke damage.
DS/EN 16602-70-58 - SPACE PRODUCT ASSURANCE - BIOBURDEN CONTROL OF CLEANROOMS Organization: DS
Date: 2015-10-23
Description: This standard establishes the principles and basic methodology for microbiological control of cleanrooms and associated controlled environments with planetary protection constraints.
NBN - EN 16602-70-58 - SPACE PRODUCT ASSURANCE - BIOBURDEN CONTROL OF CLEANROOMS Organization: NBN
Date: 2015-11-30
Description: This standard establishes the principles and basic methodology for microbiological control of cleanrooms and associated controlled environments with planetary protection constraints.
CEN - EN 16602-70-58 - SPACE PRODUCT ASSURANCE - BIOBURDEN CONTROL OF CLEANROOMS Organization: CEN
Date: 2015-09-01
Description: This standard establishes the principles and basic methodology for microbiological control of cleanrooms and associated controlled environments with planetary protection constraints.
DS/ENV 1631 - CLEANROOM TECHNOLOGY - DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF CLEANROOMS AND CLEAN AIR DEVICES Organization: DS
Date: 1997-01-30
Description: This standard specifies the reguirements for cleanroom and clean air device installations. It applies where cleanroom technology is called for and is intended for use by purchasers, suppliers and designers, providing a check list of important performance requirements.
TSE - TS ENV 1631 - CLEANROOM TECHNOLOGY- DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF CLEANROOMS AND CLEAN AIR DEVICES Organization: TSE
Date: 1999-03-23
Description: This European Standard specifies requirements for cleanroom and clean air device installation it applies where cleanroom technology is called for and is intended for use by purchasers, suppliers and designers, providing a chek list of important performance requirements.

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