Cleanroom Monitoring

Articles & Whitepapers

  • Certification - Choosing the Most Suitable Particle Sample Point Locations in the Cleanroom

    Cleanroom certification is based on ISO 14644-1, “Classification of air cleanliness by particle concentration” standards. The specifics of the assessment may vary slightly for FDA or EU GMP regulations, but the underlying methodology is standard. Certification demonstrates that the entire area meets a specific ISO classification by particle concentration. That is, irrespective of the ...

  • Moving to a Paperless Data Management Solution

    Paper-based systems are a thing of the past, especially in the Pharmaceutical industry. Watch Daniele Pandolfi and Frank Panofen, Ph.D. of Particle Measuring Systems discuss the switch to a Paperless ...


  • Rotronic Provides Cleanroom Particle Monitoring

    Rotronic Provides Cleanroom Particle Monitoring

    With the flexible Rotronic Monitoring System (RMS) we offer real-time online-monitoring of particles and other critical parameters for cleanroom applications. All particle counters can easily be integrated to RMS using either the analogue output ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Airborne Molecular Contamination (AMC) Monitor

    Airborne Molecular Contamination (AMC) Monitor

    The AMC-Monitor is a modular and flexible platform for Airborne Molecular Contaminations (AMC) monitoring in semiconductor applications such as: FOUP analysis with a focus on VOC and condensables incl. full integration with Pfeiffer Vacuum APA 302 pod analyzer. Clean-room monitoring in fabrication plants: automated detection of AMC at multiple sampling points with an integrated multiplexing ...