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HVAC Validation and Clean Room Validation

The various parameters to be evaluated for the validation of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC ) system include air flow pattern, air flow velocity, air changes per hour, filter leak test, particle count, viable monitoring, filter integrity test, pressure difference, recovery test for temperature and humidity, temperature and humidity uniformity

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    Biosafety Cabinet Validation

    Hepa Filter Integrity Test For 2 HEPA filters
     Inflow Velocity Test For 9 Samples
     Downflow Velocity Test For 8 Samples
     Particle Count Test For 5 locations
    Air Flow Pattern Test For one test
     Noise Level Test For one test
     Lux Level Tests For one test

    Hepa Filter Integrity Test For 2 HEPA filters using Aerosol Photometer - (TEC Services PH-5)
     Inflow Velocity Test For 9 Samples using Anemometer (TSI - 9545-A-5725)
     Downflow Velocity Test For 8 Samples using Anemometer (TSI - 9545-A-5725)
     Particle Count Test For 5 locations using Particle Counter - (TSI - 9350-03)
     Air Flow Pattern Test For one test using Air Flow Pattern Tester - (TVSPL - FPT 500)
     Noise Level Test For one test using Noise Level Meter - (Lutron-SL-4010)
     Lux Level Tests For one test using Lux Meter - (Kusam Meco)

    Cleanroom Validation

    Air Balancing (Supply Air Terminal) Per HEPA filter
    Pressure Balancing (Return Air Terminal) Per Return Air Riser
    HEPA Filter Integrity/ Leakage Test per HEPA filter
     Non-Viable Particle Count per Location
     Room Recovery Test per Location
     Temp. and RH Mapping for 24Hrs for 10 locations Min. 10 locations
     Airflow Pattern Test (Flow Pattern at SA and RA Terminal) per HEPA filter
     Total AHU Balancing Per AHU

    "Air Balancing (Supply Air Terminal) Per HEPA filter
    Pressure Balancing (Return Air Terminal) Per Return Air Riser using Anemometer (TSI - 9545-A-5725)- Digital Manometer (TSI - 8380)
     HEPA Filter Integrity/ Leakage Test per HEPA filter using Aerosol Photometer - (TEC Services PH-5)
     Non-Viable Particle Count per Location using Particle Counter - (TSI - 9350-03)
     Room Recovery Test per Location using Particle Counter - (TSI - 9350-03)
     Temp. and RH Mapping for 24Hrs for 10 locations Min. 10 locations Using Data Loggers
     Airflow Pattern Test (Flow Pattern at SA and RA Terminal) per HEPA filter using Air Flow Pattern Tester - (TVSPL - FPT 500)
     Total AHU Balancing Per AHU

    Laminar Air Flow and Reverse LAF Validation

    Air Velocity Test / ACPH Calculation For 4 HEPA filters
     Hepa Filter Integrity Test For 4 HEPA filters
     Particle Count Test For 2 locations
    Air Flow Pattern Test For one test
     Recovery Test Per Location

    Air Velocity Test / ACPH Calculation For 4 HEPA filters using
     Anemometer (TSI - 9545-A-5725)
     Hepa Filter Integrity Test For 4 HEPA filters using
     Aerosol Photometer - (TEC Services PH-5)
     Particle Count Test For 2 locations using
     Particle Counter - (TSI - 9350-03)
     Air Flow Pattern Test For one test using
     Air Flow Pattern Tester - (TVSPL - FPT 500)
     Recovery Test Per Location using
     Particle Counter - (TSI - 9350-03)

    Operation Theater Validation

    Air Velocity Test / ACPH Calculation Per HEPA filter
    Hepa Filter Integrity Test Per HEPA filter
    Pressure Balancing Per Return Air Riser
    Particle Count Test per Location
     Recovery Test per Location
     Air Flow Pattern Test Per Return/supply Air terminal
     Temp. and RH Mapping for 24Hrs for 6 locations Min. 10 locations

    Air Velocity Test / ACPH Calculation Per HEPA filter using Anemometer (TSI - 9545-A-5725)- Air capture hood (TSI-8380).
     Hepa Filter Integrity Test Per HEPA filter using Aerosol Photometer - (TEC Services PH-5)
     Pressure Balancing Per Return Air Riser using Anemometer (TSI - 9545-A-5725)- Digital Manometer (TSI - 8380)
     Particle Count Test per Location using Particle Counter - (TSI - 9350-03)
     Recovery Test per Location using Particle Counter - (TSI - 9350-03)
     Air Flow Pattern Test Per Return/supply Air terminal using Air Flow Pattern Tester - (TVSPL - FPT 500)
     Temp. and RH Mapping for 24Hrs for 6 locations Min. 10 locations Using Data Loggers

    Positive Air Pressure Module Validation

    Air Velocity Test / ACPH Calculation (01 Nos) Air Velocity Test / ACPH Calculation (01 Nos) For one HEPA filter
     Hepa Filter Integrity Test (01 Nos) For one HEPA filter
     Particle Count Test (only if unit is connected to Cleanroom) (02 Nos) For 2 locations
    Flow Pattern Test (only if unit is connected to Cleanroom) For one HEPA filter
    Noise Level Test For one test for one HEPA filter

    Air Velocity Test / ACPH Calculation (01 Nos) For one HEPA filter using Anemometer (TSI - 9545-A-5725)
     Hepa Filter Integrity Test (01 Nos) For one HEPA filter using Aerosol Photometer - (TEC Services PH-5)
     Particle Count Test (only if unit is connected to Cleanroom) (02 Nos) For 2 locations using Particle Counter - (TSI - 9350-03)
     Flow Pattern Test (only if unit is connected to Cleanroom) For one HEPA filter using Air Flow Pattern Tester - (TVSPL - FPT 500)
     Noise Level Test For one test using Lux Meter - (Kusam Meco)

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