• ASTM E 2217 : 2012 : REDLINE

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    Standard Practice for Design and Construction of Aerospace Cleanrooms and Contamination Controlled Areas

    Available format(s):  PDF

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  04-01-2012

    Publisher:  American Society for Testing and Materials

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    CONTAINED IN VOL. 15.03, 2014 Specifies design and construction guidelines for contamination controlled facilities used in the assembly and integration of aerospace hardware.

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    1.1 The purpose of this practice is to provide design and construction guidelines for contamination controlled facilities used in the assembly and integration of aerospace hardware. The guidelines herein are intended to ensure that the facilities, when used properly, will meet the cleanliness requirements of aerospace hardware and processes. The objective is to limit contamination due to the deposition of particulate and molecular contaminants on flight hardware surfaces.

    1.2 One cleanliness classification of a facility is the airborne particle concentrations in accordance with ISO 14644-1 and 14644-2. Airborne particle concentrations in accordance with FED-STD-209E are included for reference. This simple classification is inadequate to describe a facility that will support the assembly and integration of spacecraft. The extended duration of hardware exposure during fabrication and testing, the sensitivity of the hardware to hydrocarbons and other molecular contaminants, and the changing requirements during assembly and integration must be considered in addition to the airborne particle concentrations.

    1.3 The guidelines specified herein are intended to provide facilities that will effectively restrict contaminants from entering the facility, limit contamination generated by and within the facility, and continuously remove airborne contaminants generated during normal operations. Some items of support hardware, such as lifting equipment, stands, and shoe cleaners, are addressed since these items are often purchased and installed with the facility and may require accommodation in the design of the facility.

    1.4 Active filtration of molecular contaminants (such as hydrocarbons, silicones, and other chemicals) is discussed. Such active filtration of molecular contaminants may be required for the processing of highly sensitive optical devices, especially infrared and cryogenic sensors. Control of microbiological contamination is not included although HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filtration will provide some control of airborne bacteria, spores, and other viable contaminants that are typically carried on particles of sizes 0.3 μm and larger. Control of radioactive contamination and accommodation of very hazardous materials such as propellants, strong acids or caustics, or carcinogens are not addressed.

    1.5 No facility will compensate for excessive contamination generated inside the facility. In addition to an effective facility design, the user must also institute a routine maintenance program (see Practice E2042) for the facility, and personnel and operational disciplines that limit the transfer of contaminants through entry doors and contaminant generation inside the facility.

    1.6 This practice only addresses guidelines for contamination control in facility design. It must be implemented in compliance with all mandatory government and regulatory building and safety codes. References to related cleanroom standards and U.S. building codes and standards may be found in IEST-RP-CC012.

    1.7 The values stated in SI units are to be regarded as standard. No other units of measurement are included in this standard.

    1.7.1 The values given in parentheses are provided for information only and are not considered standard.

    1.8 This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

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    Committee E 21
    Document Type Redline
    Publisher American Society for Testing and Materials
    Status Current

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    ASTM E 2352 : 2019 Standard Practice for Aerospace Cleanrooms and Associated Controlled Environments—Cleanroom Operations
    ASTM E 1548 : 2009 : R2017 Standard Practice for Preparation of Aerospace Contamination Control Plans
    ASTM E 2352 : 2004 Standard Practice for Aerospace Cleanrooms and Associated Controlled Environments-Cleanroom Operations
    ASTM E 2312 : 2011 : REDLINE PRACTICE FOR TESTS OF CLEANROOM MATERIALS
    ASTM E 1548 : 2009 Standard Practice for Preparation of Aerospace Contamination Control Plans
    ASTM E 2352 : 2004 : R2010 Standard Practice for Aerospace Cleanrooms and Associated Controlled Environments-Cleanroom Operations
    NASA STD 5005 : 2013 STANDARD FOR THE DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
    NASA KSC DE 512-SM : 2012 FACILITY SYSTEMS, GROUND SUPPORT SYSTEMS, AND GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT GENERAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
    NASA MSFC STD 246 : 2011 STANDARD DESIGN AND OPERATIONAL CRITERIA FOR CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTAL AREAS

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    IEST RP CC007.1 : 1992 TESTING ULPA FILTERS
    ISO 14644-2:2015 Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments Part 2: Monitoring to provide evidence of cleanroom performance related to air cleanliness by particle concentration
    ASTM E 595 : 2015 : REDLINE Standard Test Method for Total Mass Loss and Collected Volatile Condensable Materials from Outgassing in a Vacuum Environment
    FED STD 209 : E AIRBORNE PARTICULATE CLEANLINESS CLASSES IN CLEANROOMS AND CLEAN ZONES
    IEST RP CC022.2 : 2004(R2008) ELECTROSTATIC CHARGE IN CLEANROOMS AND OTHER CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTS
    IEST RP CC012.1 : 1998 CONSIDERATIONS IN CLEANROOM DESIGN
    ISO 14644-3:2005 Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments Part 3: Test methods
    ASTM E 1235 : 2012 : REDLINE Standard Test Method for Gravimetric Determination of Nonvolatile Residue (NVR) in Environmentally Controlled Areas for Spacecraft
    IEST RP CC022.1 : 1992 ELECTROSTATIC CHARGE IN CLEANROOMS AND OTHER CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTS
    ISO 14644-1:2015 Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments Part 1: Classification of air cleanliness by particle concentration
    ISO 14644-4:2001 Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments Part 4: Design, construction and start-up
    ASTM E 2042 : 2004 Standard Practice for Cleaning and Maintaining Controlled Areas and Clean Rooms
    IEST RP CC001.3 : 1993 HEPA AND ULPA FILTERS
    ASTM F 25 : 2004 Standard Test Method for Sizing and Counting Airborne Particulate Contamination in Cleanrooms and Other Dust-Controlled Areas
    ASTM E 1234 : 2012 : REDLINE Standard Practice for Handling, Transporting, and Installing Nonvolatile Residue (NVR) Sample Plates Used in Environmentally Controlled Areas for Spacecraft
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