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Clean room commissioning

Clean room commissioning

Clean room commissioning

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Clean room commissioning for two different situatiions:
1. Static conditions  2. Dynamic conditions

I need to know if anybody knows the differences with the commissioning of a clean room with regard to two different type of conditions.  I have a good understanding of the Static conditions commissioning of a clean room. However, I would like to know the major/minor differences with the commissioning of a clean room in a dynamic situation.  For clarity, in the dynamic situation I have assumed that room is occupied by the largest amount of people that the room was designed for and that all of the equipment is running.  If you have any information or website links I would greatly appreicated the help.

Thanks,
Rooster2

RE: Clean room commissioning

The actual terms are At-Rest and Operational conditions. These terms are first defined in Federal Standard and I will read you what the Fed Std 209E says. Note that the document is obsolete now but the definitions hold good even with ISO.

At-Rest Cleanroom (facility): A cleanroom (facility) that is complete, with all services functioning and with equipment installed and operable or operating, as specified, but without operating personnel in the facility.

Operational cleanroom (facility): A cleanroom (facility) in normal operation, with all services functioning and with equipment and personnel, if applicable, present and performing their normal work functions in the facility.

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