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cleanroom

(programming)
A software development approach aimed at producing software with the minimum number of errors.
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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.
Cleanrooms are challenging spaces when it comes to personal protective equipment (PPE).
Vision 10P ESD-safe, unlaundered polyester knit pink wipes are suitable for use in ISO class 6 (class 1000) cleanrooms.
The installation on the show floor combined features of ISO Class 7 and 8 cleanrooms, white rooms, and hybrid rooms.
Additionally, temperature, humidity, pressure, electrostatic charge, magnetic flux, and other factors in cleanrooms can also be maintained as per the requirement.
CONNECT 2 CLEANROOMS 01524 813022 is an award winning industry leader in creating modular cleanroom solutions for critical environments, both in the UK and across the world.
Maintaining such high airflow rates with unidirectional airflow especially for large cleanrooms is energy intensive and cost prohibitive.
Up to 10,000 times cleaner than a medical operating theatre, cleanrooms are critical to maintaining the sterile environment needed for semiconductor manufacturing.
A veteran of research, teaching and consulting on cleanrooms in the electronic, healthcare, and pharmaceutical businesses, Whyte updates his 2001 textbook and reference for instructors and practitioners.
DuPont[TM] Sontara[R] MicroPure has four products in its range that are all specifically designed for different cleanrooms including pharmaceutical, food and medical.
Connect 2 Cleanrooms installed a modular unit at Haemonetics Corporation's Scottish plant in Bothwell on a fully-automated injection moulding system making part of a single use centrifuge used in blood processing.
The opening of four new cleanrooms in Shajing, China, has given Johnson Medtech the ability to manufacture an additional 1 million medical devices and subassemblies annually.