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Clean Room, or no clean room, that is the Question

New postby capt_ron » Tue Oct 27, 2009 5:45 am

This may have been discussed in an earlier form, if so I’m sorry to rehash the information. I have heard clean room discussed in many venues, some say “you must be in a clean room to dismantle an HDD”. Others have said it is not all that important. I should think dismantling an HDD in a dust storm would not be advisable however, is the need for a clean room absolute? Or is there some leeway on that, all of your feelings greatly appreciated.
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Re: Clean Room, or no clean room, that is the Question

New postby techrx » Sun Feb 28, 2010 10:55 pm

Capt_ron. A clean room is an absolute MUST have when dismantling hard drives. A great example that will show you why is to take a piece of black paper hold it up to your head; and run your hand through your hair. Then, rub your hands together over the same piece of paper. Notice the skin flakes that appear .Those little particles can do huge damage to a hard drive.

So, it is not only necessary, it is imperative to have a clean room. However, the definition of clean room is really "a spot where you can achieve less than .03 microns of junk in a parts per million mixture." So, a "clean bench" with lint free, dust free clothing will do the job. There are a number of companies who make "clean benches." I imported mine from China. The price was great compared to anything in the US. Hope it helps. If you have questions, you can ask at http://techrxgb.com
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Re: Clean Room, or no clean room, that is the Question

New postby ktheking » Thu Mar 25, 2010 11:16 am

Hello,

I'm very curious where you ordered the clean room from ?
I'm interested to get in the business too.
I'm from Belgium ,so no worries for competition.

Kind regards,

K.
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Re: Clean Room, or no clean room, that is the Question

New postby ktheking » Thu Mar 25, 2010 11:22 am

Hello techrx,

Where did you buy the cleanroom from ?

Kind regards,

K.
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Re: Clean Room, or no clean room, that is the Question

New postby annleflore » Sun Mar 28, 2010 3:54 am

You have to build the clean room and stock it with a clean room bench. This bench should have a good air flow to it normally top down is a good one.
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Re: Clean Room, or no clean room, that is the Question

New postby Amarbir[India] » Sun Mar 28, 2010 7:56 am

annleflore wrote:You have to build the clean room and stock it with a clean room bench. This bench should have a good air flow to it normally top down is a good one.


Hello Ann ,
I Plan to Have One As My Office Datarecovery Work Area Is Gonna start ,What Do You Advise .
Regards

Amarbir S Dhillon ,Chandigarh ,India
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Re: Clean Room, or no clean room, that is the Question

New postby Tonyb* » Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:38 pm

I have built 2 clean rooms that were certified at class 100 but met class 10 standards.
Its not that hard to achieve with materials from lowes or homedepot.

the filters are a different story though, and can make or break a clean room.

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