ICCCS Technical Committee
The standards activities by the ICCCS are executed by the ICCCS Technical Committee (ITC). The ICCCS has a liaison with the ISO TC209 Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments.
This new committee ITC fulfils the ICCCS mission in standardization.
The ITC stimulates international cooperation of the ICCCS member societies in the field of cleanroom and contamination control standards.
The ITC serves as the international gateway to advance and harmonize cleanroom technology and contamination control standardization.
ITC still has to develop its activities to support the development of international standard on cleanrooms and associated contamination control aspects.
The ITC will be the organization that can provide input and comments on cleanroom technology and contamination control standards as an international organization and through the experts of the member societies.
The ITC will provide expert knowledge and facilitate expert discussion on actual subjects in ISO working groups.
The ITC will develop a roadmap for the standards activities the ICCCS should be involved in.
The present members of the ITC are:
Koos Agricola (chairman)
Da Qian Wang
The committee wants to expand with interested and experienced younger members to ensure a good future. Experts that are willing to offer knowledge and/or discuss various subjects with experts of ICCCS members can join the ITC.
ISO 14 644 “Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments”
Classification of air cleanliness by particle concentration
Monitoring to provide evidence of cleanroom performance related to air cleanliness by particle concentration
Design, construction and start-up
Separative devices (clean air hoods, glove boxes, isolators and minienvironments
Classification of air cleanliness by chemical concentration (ACC)
Classification of surface cleanliness by particle concentration (SCP)
Classification of surface cleanliness by chemicals concentration (SCC)
Classification of air cleanliness by nanoscale particle concentration
Cleaning of surfaces to achieve defined levels of cleanliness in terms of particle and chemical concentrations
Assessment of suitability for use of equipment by airborne particle concentration
Assessment of suitability for use of equipment and material by airborne chemical and surface chemical concentration
Code of practice for improving energy efficiency in cleanroom and clean air devices
DIS 2017 Expected
Particle Deposition Rate
ISO 14 698 “Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments – Biocontamination control”
Evaluation & Interpretation of Biocontamination Data
Biocontamination – Microbial cleanliness levels