Constructing and designing a common room is one matter, and building a medical cleanroom is another. As you may or may not be aware of, a cleanroom needs to be built in an environment that is free of dust and other contaminants typically found in manufacturing, industrial, and research facilities. It needs to have the ideal pressure, temperature, humidity, and personal access to set the critical environmental conditions. The ultimate goal is to foster employee safety, ensure product quality, and uphold research integrity.
As a cleanroom needs to be constructed and designed properly according to a set of standards, here are five key factors to consider: