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cleanroom

(programming)
A software development approach aimed at producing software with the minimum number of errors.
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However, the level of cleanliness that needs to be maintained for the surrounding cleanroom spaces that host the minienvironment chambers is unclear.
based in Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania, designs, builds, and manufactures modular cleanrooms and custom cleanroom equipment for a variety of manufacturing facilities--including pharmaceutical, biotechnology, life sciences, and technology industries.
Based on geographical segmentation, Technavio market researchers categorize the global cleanroom cables market into the following key regions: the Americas, APAC, and EMEA
Among the construction segment, standard cleanrooms had the largest market size in the global Cleanroom technology market during 2014; however hardwall cleanrooms are expected to witness fastest growth, with 6.
Connect 2 Cleanrooms has completed the installation of an ISO Class 6 & 7 cleanroom at Swansea University to help support its solar cell research, part of the SPECIFIC Innovation and Knowledge Centre.
Thunder 1, packaged 360 wipes per bag, are ISO 6 (Class 1000) cleanroom compatible.
18 March 2016 - US-based test equipment maker Air Techniques International has acquired DOP Solutions and the Academy for Cleanroom Testing in the UK, the company said.
Hart says its Speedor Cleanroom high speed doors are designed for pharmaceutical, food, medical/biotechnology, electronics and any sector that requires strict cleanroom conditions for production and the high-speed action doors are capable of maintaining strict air leakage requirements over specified pressure differentials and can be easily cleaned.
Our redesigned cleanroom will improve our lead times substantially while maintaining our tradition of outstanding quality and, therefore, adds value for both current as well as new customers.
Ultimate 5 ESD-safe wipes contain four sealed edges and are ISO class 3 & 4 cleanroom compatible.
The KEB cleanroom accounts for half of the total site energy consumption but only roughly 11% of the floor area, and it is the primary concern in this paper.