GMORS operates cleanroom facilities with the highest level of cleanliness to meet the requirements of our customers for product cleanliness. A cleanroom is an enclosed environment where sources of contaminant in the air are highly controlled, and that usually refers to a limit to the number of particles in a specific volume of space. Different levels of cleanroom classification correspond to the maximum allowable amount of fine dust particles in a given volume of space. Generally speaking, the number of particles above 0.5μm is used as a reference. The international standard specification ISO-14644 is the defining standard for the classification of cleanroom levels.
Comparison between selected equivalents of ISO 14644-1 & Fed-Std-209E
|ISO 14644-1||ISO 3||ISO 4||ISO 5||ISO 6||ISO 7||ISO 8|
|Federal Standard 209E||1||10||100||1,000||10,000||100,000|
GMORS has built Class 100,000 (ISO Class 8), Class 1,000 (ISO Class 6), Class 100 (ISO Class 5) cleanrooms in accordance to international cleanroom standard specification ISO-14644. GMORS offers a range of choices for level of cleanliness for cleanrooms to meet the requirements of product manufacturing in different industries such as the automotive industry, aerospace, semiconductor and medical equipment. In addition to quality inspection and packaging, cleaning processes can also be performed in the cleanroom. This will ensure that contamination from tiny foreign particles remaining on the surface of products can be reduced, resulting in both quality and quantity improvements by raising the cleanliness level of the product.
|GMORS Cleanroom Class|
|Various cleanroom class for corresponding market needs.
Weekly check of particles amount to ensure cleanliness level in clean room.
ISO Class 8
Cleaning and Inspection
ISO Class 6
All manufacturing processes
ISO Class 5
Cleaning and Package