Clean Rooms

Maintaining hazard-free, high quality control

The core purpose of a clean room is to control environmental variables for successful, replicable productions. From designing and manufacturing electronic equipment to biotechnology and medication, clean rooms protect against contaminants, like pathogens, dust, viruses, and bacteria. However, humidity significantly influences how much, and how far, these contaminants spread.

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The Humidification Challenge

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Insufficient Clean Room Humidity Causes ESD Buildup

If humidity levels in the room drop below 35% RH, static levels will climb. As low-humidity conditions prevent charges on the papers from dissipating properly, charges accumulate on the paper and other surfaces.

These charges cause sheets to repel each other, ultimately triggering refeeds and reprints.

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Excess Humidity Counteracts Cleanliness

While pumping the air with moisture might suppress ESD and dust, this moisture can cling to surfaces if not evaporated. Puddles, condensation, and other wet spots provide favorable conditions for mold, bacteria, and rust.

The Self-Evaporative Solution

Maintaining Equilibrium

Self-evaporative humidification maintains this equilibrium. By stopping moisture from clinging to surfaces, no mold or bacteria enters the clean room humidifier system or room.

And due to the decorrelation technology that generates self-evaporating droplets, the droplets oxidize contaminants as they evaporate, rather than merely moving them

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Preventing ESD

The speed and even spread of self-evaporative droplets also eliminates ESD. Stable, uniform clean room humidity levels protect rooms from both fluctuations and the low-humidity conditions that trigger ESD events.

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Empowering Clean Rooms

Self-evaporative technology reduces static electricity, preserves materials, ensures unparalleled cleanliness, and ultimately provides the conditions that clean rooms need to succeed, consistently.