Top Ways to Ensure High-Performance Cleanroom Operation with Accurate Measurements

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Industrial Measurements
Life Science

Controlling environmental conditions within cleanrooms is critical to reduce microbial growth and control static build-up, as well as to ensure cleanroom performance. This is a challenge that many cleanroom operators face. Cleanrooms and other critical environments have precise specifications for environmental control that define upper and lower limits for temperature and relative humidity (RH). Creating and maintaining these conditions can be challenging as you also need to control pressure, flow, and contamination. Highly accurate and reliable environmental measurements are required to ensure the cleanroom operates consistently and within specification.

Watch as Vaisala’s humidity measurement expert Kevin Walsh discusses best practices for selecting the most appropriate relative humidity and temperature sensor for your cleanroom and the importance of maintaining your equipment to ensure the long-term success of your cleanroom processes.

As an attendee, you will learn more about:

  • How to select the best humidity and temperature transmitter for cleanrooms
  • Common issues that occur in cleanroom applications and installations
  • The importance of maintaining cleanroom equipment to ensure continuous operation

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Kevin Walsh
Application Sales Engineer 

Kevin Walsh is an Application Sales Engineer at Vaisala with over three years of providing high-quality and accurate measurement solutions to complex applications in the building automation, life science, and automotive industries. He has a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Rhode Island and will soon have an MBA from the University of Massachusetts Lowell.