The latest edition of Clean Air & Containment Review contains the announcement of the new energy standard; ISO 14644-16:2019 – Part 16: Energy efficiency in cleanrooms and separative devices.
The standard was published in June this year and gives guidance and recommendations for ‘optimizing energy usage and maintaining energy efficiency in new and existing cleanrooms, clean zones and separative devices’. It provides guidance for the design, construction, commissioning and operation of cleanrooms. Which is incredibly important to EECO2 and our clients. The standard, which can be found by following the link below, covers all cleanroom-specific features and can be used in different areas to optimise energy use. It also examines the comparison of cleanroom energy efficiencies, whilst maintaining performance levels to ISO 14644 requirements.
EECO2’s very own Keith Beattie played a crucial part in the creation of the new standard, leading our organisation forward in the involvement in quality standards. It is essential that our team keeps up to date with the advances in energy standards. EECO2 prides itself on the knowledge and experience of the team. We understand that clients rely on us to be well informed about any changes and improvements that are put in place.
In addition to the many content rich editorials included in the CACR journal, you will find EECO2’s advertisement for the ICCS – on page 19, just below the announcement for the new energy standard. For more information on the ICCS – click here.
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