There is a requirement in all cleanrooms and controlled environments to sample the airborne particle numbers and sizes for determining classification to ISO 14644-1.
Other regulated industries such as pharmaceutical and life sciences requires testing for GMP classification, and monitoring for control, following the same procedures.
Particle counting is more complex due to changes in the standards and the technology used in particle counters.
Our Academy for Cleanroom Testing delivers a one-day course on Cleanroom Classification, using trainers who are very experienced in this industry, the most current equipment, and the latest best practices to advise on compliance to ISO 14644-1 and other regulatory guides and standards.
The morning of theory will equip the delegate with great knowledge on the types of cleanroom and clean air devices, the instrumentation to use and the functions, and then how to test for classification. The afternoon is either examination (for ICEB Particle Counting accreditation) or practical demonstration (for ACT attendance certificate). Each gives the delegate confidence in choosing the correct instrument, setting it up for use, operating it, and interpreting the results that it provides.
Attendance is advised for anyone in the cleanroom industry who has a role in engineering, testing, quality, cleanroom validation, operations, management, inspections, or anyone responsible for the performance of clean air facilities and equipment.
The course runs for 6-10 delegates and a manual is provided. Virtual seats are available. An ICEB accreditation Certificate or a Certificate of Attendance is provided depending on the course type.
For more information, pricing, and registration:
Telephone: +44 (0) 1462 676446