Cleanroom Monitoring

Kanomax Cleanroom Monitoring

Cleanroom Monitoring

Cleanroom monitoring for meeting the highest environmental standards

A cleanroom can be defined as a strictly controlled environment of the purest kind. During the technology boom, the semiconductor and HDD industries were the biggest users of cleanrooms and in a stable way, they still remain one of the most important users. However, as the world of science rapidly progresses, the demand for cleanrooms from players especially in the bio-tech and pharmaceutical markets have become noticeably strong. As a result cleanroom monitoring systems have become essential.

The cleanroom class level of bio-techs and pharmaceuticals (typically around Class 5) is still less stringent than those of semiconductor cleanrooms (an extreme and rare example is a Subclass 0.1 cleanroom at the semiconductor R&D level). Nonetheless, very few precision measurement manufacturers fulfill the cleanroom monitoring instrumentation needs for such environments. Kanomax products provides best-in-class instruments for these controlled environment monitoring and measurement needs.

Kanomax provides the very best in particle counting solutions, including our: Handheld Particle Counters, Portable Particle Counters, Remote Particle Sensors w/ Analog Output, Aerosol Particle Monitor and complete Cleanroom Monitoring Systems (CRMS).

Cleanroom Monitoring Instruments

Kanomax Handheld Particle Counters - Models 3888 & 3889

Handheld Particle Counters – Models 3888 and 3889

Kanomax’s innovative Handheld Particle Counters (Models 3888 & 3889) set the standard of instrumentation in cleanroom / operating room monitoring and verification, filter testing, IAQ investigation, data center cleaning and many more highly specialized and highly sensitive applications.

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Kanomax Portable Particle Counters - Models 3905 and 3910

Portable Particle Counters – Models 3910 and 3915

Kanomax Portable Particle Counters – Models 3905 and 3910 are the smallest 6-channel portable particle counters in the industry. They measure at 1.0 CFM (28.3 LPM) and 1.77 CFM (50 LPM), respectively.

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Kanomax Remote Particle Sensor - Model 3719-A - 3/4 View

Remote Particle Sensors – Models 3718-A and 3719-A

Kanomax Remote Particle Sensors with analog output are designed to fit into your existing monitoring system, or they can be used as a stand-alone unit to monitor a critical area when connected to an alarm or controller. With two models available, these 2-channel remote particle sensors are capable of Modbus communication via RS485 interface.

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Aerosol Particle Monitor - Model AES-1000 1

Aerosol Particle Monitor – Model AES-1000

The Kanomax Aerosol Particle Monitor features an easy-to-read display, can connect to a network via ethernet, and offers simplified monitoring of particulates at multiple locations.

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Kanomax Cleanroom Monitoring System Diagram

Cleanroom Monitoring System – Model CRMS

The Kanomax Cleanroom Monitoring System offers turnkey solutions for monitoring needs required by various industries such as pharmaceutical, medical device, aerospace, semiconductor, and automotive. Capable of real time monitoring of temperature, humidity, airborne particles, differential pressure, energy consumption, and gases.

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Kanomax Climomaster Anemometer - 6501 Series

Climomaster Anemometer – 6501 Series

The Climomaster anemometer is a research grade handheld hot-wire anemometer that promises level 2% m.v. accuracy, making it the most accurate hot-wire airflow meter in the world.

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Kanomax TABmaster Airflow Capture Hood - Model 6715

TABmaster Airflow Capture Hood – Model 6715

The Kanomax TABmaster Airflow Capture Hood is an extremely lightweight and easy to handle balometer, and it’s perfect for your next HVAC test. It is equipped with professional-grade features that makes it both versatile and accurate.

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Table KOACH - Model T 500-F

Table KOACH – Model T 500-F

Koken’s Table KOACH is able to create a local environment of ISO Class 1 cleanliness in order to solve the carry-over contamination problem that is caused by airborne particulates in the laboratory.

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