Airborne particle counts are an air sampling method, used to determine if a cleanroom is meeting the required particle concentration limits within its ISO 14644-1:2015 class parameters. They can be taken with a particle counter and will form part of a cleanroom validation check. They should also be taken regularyl to ensure the cleanroom is still operating effectively between validations.


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