Clean room

 

IDR’s Clean Room Class 100

Clean Room is a must for data recovery process to protect drives and data from contaminant damage by small particles or dust that came from the environment. A normal environment can have as many as 100,000-200,000 particles per cubic feet and these airborne particles can accumulate on the open hard disk drives, causing read-write heads to malfunction and damage the device’s platters.

Today there are many data recovery service centers in the market and some of them laid claim to having a clean room facility. This is a chance that your valuable data could be lost forever if the drive opened for data recovery process in the environment that was not safe for the hard disk.

 
Clean Room 
 
A Clean Room is a closed environment that the number of tiny air borne particles, temperature and humidity are controlled to a standard value.


IDR Lab Classification

- PCB, Electronic & Computer Industry
- Class 100 means a room environment in which there are fewer than 100 particles larger than 0.5 microns in each cubic foot of air space.


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Relative sizes of particles vs. a hard disk
 
Clean Room Types
  • FOOD & DRINK INDUSTRY
  • PHARMACEUTICAL & HOSPITAL & LAB ROOM
  • PCB & ELECTRONIC & COMPUTER INDUSTRY
  • PACKAGING INDUSTRY


Clean Room Classification

  • Class 100 means a room environment in which there are fewer than 100 particles larger than 0.5 microns in each cubic foot
  • Class 1,000 means a room environment in which there are fewer than 1,000 particles larger than 0.5 microns in each cubic foot
  • Class 10,000 means a room environment in which there are fewer than 10,000 particles larger than 0.5 microns in each cubic foot

"Clean Room Class 100 is best for Hard disk Data Recovery"

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