The purpose of a clean room is to limit the number of particulates in a clean space. These particulates can be any type of sub-micron particles, such as dust, pathogens, chemical vapors, or moisture droplets. Clean room manufacturing areas are used by many industries to produce semiconductors, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, etc.
Maintaining a proper differential pressure between the clean room and the exterior area is the most crucial aspect of keeping the clean room “clean”. To understand why sensor stability is important to these critical applications, it is important to also understand why a pressure difference is needed. Continue reading “Importance of Sensor Stability in Clean Rooms”