Clean Room Data Recovery
When you are looking for a hard drive recovery shop,
always ensure that they have what is called a clean room in which they
do their work. Clean rooms are standard for shops which assemble and service
hard disk drives, and also have other applications such as laboratories
and other areas where a high level of cleanliness is required.
Clean rooms are very precise lab environments which
have controlled temperatures and humidity levels to ensure that sensitive
technology or lab samples are not damaged by the contaminants that are
in regular air. In most clean rooms, the walls and ceilings are made of
a plastic or polymer. These rooms are ventilated with continually filtered
dust-free air and have external light sources.
When dealing with a clean room lab, high sanitary levels
must be maintained daily. Today's hard disk drive units are very sensitive,
and grow more sensitive as the technologies grow faster and smaller. So
contaminants in your hard drive can physically destroy it.
Important Clean Room Points
During the building of a clean room for hard disk drive recovery and repair,
extreme care must be taken to prevent contaminants from entering the room.
Typically, specialized contractors will use what is called a particle
enclosure in order to stop contaminants from coming in. This is a critical
step, as once contaminants have entered the clean room environment, it
is quite difficult to get rid of them.
For high cleanliness levels required by clean rooms for data recovery
services, the Federal Standard STD-209E form is used. The standard classifies
airborne particles in generally and their degree of cleanliness. Each
particle class has limits to the amount of particles in a clean room,
and when those limits are exceeded, measures must be taken to ensure the
room can retain its clean room status.
The clean room used by Hard Drive Recovery Group and its partners is enclosed
in a shell with external ventilation to separate the air in the clean
room from that within the rest of the building. Data recovery technicians
who work in the clean room must wear specialized gloves, masks, head coverings
and special non-linting work suits. Our data recovery technicians are
also subject to an additional air blast to ensure all potential contaminants
have been removed.
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