As part of our extensive cleanroom certification and classification services, our experienced CAS Clean Air Services team can provide you with a cleanroom Smoke Study for air flow visualization. In an effort to understand the airflow in your clean area better or for troubleshooting purposes, our team has pioneered a state-of-the-art 3D Visualization Smoke Study to improve existing air flows. Our team of technical and consulting Experts help you identify inconsistencies and problems with the airflow in your facility and provide actionable data ready to help you support the contamination control goals in your clean area.
The fundamental purpose of smoke studies is to make cleanroom air flows visible. The low-turbulence range is of particular interest when doing a Cleanroom Smoke Study. Within a low-turbulence range, structures such as machines, etc., frequently lead to flow deflection and unintentional turbulence.
A Cleanroom Smoke Study is done using a mist generator, which produces a heavy, saturated mist free of all toxins. This mist is applied to the air inlet under examination and the resulting flow pattern is recorded by means of digital video or a photographic camera. The film material is then processed into a video and complemented by an extensive report.
Our CAS Services team at Particle Measuring Systems has the training and expertise to provide an informative smoke study and help you identify areas of air flow improvement.
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