Design Considerations and Operation:
Most cleanrooms require year-round cooling
as a result of the fan energy associated with
high cleanroom airflow as well as the heat
generated by the process, people, and lighting
within the facility. Temperature control is
required to provide stable conditions for
materials, instruments, and personnel comfort.
Human comfort requirements typically call for
temperatures in the range of 72F to 75F, since
workers frequently wear cleanroom garments
over street clothes.