Measuring the air quality in controlled environments for production companies – cleanroom monitoring
Modern manufacturing and industrial facilities are producing various products in cleanroom environments. The constant rise of the quality standards, which the customers, partners and stakeholders are demanding, requires higher cleanliness standards. This results in the need for cleanroom monitoring.
In order to guarantee a clean production process, InsightAir is collaborating with well-known manufacturing companies in order to achieve certain production standards related to the air quality. The compliant standard for cleanrooms design and building is ISO 14644. Production managers relate to the maximum amount of particles in the air, defined by the above mentioned cleanroom standard. In order to set a clear and fixed minimum air quality needed for their production processes that is a mandatory point. The quality of the air, which is comparable to ISO 7, ISO 8 or ISO 9 cleanroom, is often used as a minimum level of cleanliness to be achieved in the manufacturing areas.
InsightAir is continuously monitoring the number of particles in the air, using air quality sensor networks, by installing several particle counters (e.g. InsightAir Cleanroom Sensor). We help our partners to gain a continuous real-time insight of the air quality. This is achieved by making the air quality visible on a dashboard, designed and customized to the needs of the production companies. The historical data is saved to InsightAir’s cloud server, allowing easy reporting and retrospective analysis of the air quality. Alerts are sent through e-mail or SMS, when certain maximum particle concentrations are exceeded.
With proper insight in the air quality in production facilities, decisions can be executed on time, to avoid exceeding the maximum allowed particle concentrations. This will result in higher quality output and less fall-out during the production process.
In order to improve the air quality, the data generated by the air quality sensor network, can be used to make a decision on which type of air purification system can best be installed. With more than 15 years of experience InsightAir experts have a broad experience with different air cleaning technologies such as mechanical filtration, ionization, electrostatic precipitation, photocatalysis and chemisorption. InsightAir networks ensure you will meet your project requirements and even exceed your customer’s expectations for product quality.