Andon Cleanroom

Cleanroom Environment

A cleanroom is an environmentally controlled environment where electronic products are manufactured. Cleanrooms are defined as specially constructed, enclosed spaces where contaminants in the air are highly controlled with respect to airborne particulates, temperature, humidity, air pressure and airflow.

Critical Conditions

Particulates

Dust

Pressure

Temperature

Humidity

The only way to manage contamination is to control the total environment. Particulates, dust, clean room differential pressure, temperature and humidity are clean environment critical conditions that impact electronics manufacturing quality.

An Ecosystem to Optimize your System

OMRON solution provides effective monitoring entails helping track recorded data by displaying through graph, bulletin boards, and provides alert. It is possible to further evolve these analyze to provide diagnostic that inform users about the difference between goals and reality, and more importantly, help them realize where they must address the issues.