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Airflow Velocities and Cleanrooms: How Fast, How Slow and Where to Measure?

Unidirectional flow and be defined as an airflow moving in a single direction, in a robust and uniform manner, and at sufficient speed to sweep particles away from the critical processing or testing area with regularity. Hence the object of the unidirectional airflow is to push outward any contamination which might be deposited into the air-stream and to avoid the potential for contamination dropping out of the air, either though gravity or by striking an object, and falling onto a critical surface. Part of the control of air rests with air direction and this is a factor of airflow velocity. Poor...

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