This section provides an overview for cleanroom robots as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 10 cleanroom robot manufacturers and their company rankings.
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Cleanroom Robots are robots that can be used in a clean room. Cleanroom Robots are robots that can be used in a clean room and are guaranteed to maintain a certain level of cleanliness in the room.
There are various types of Cleanroom Robots, depending on the product, and they can be used for different purposes.
Cleanroom Robots can be used to automate indoor operations in cases where it is impossible to achieve a certain level of cleanliness due to the presence of workers, thus enabling the production of products while maintaining a high level of cleanliness without the need for workers to enter the room.
Cleanroom Robots are used as replacements for tasks conventionally performed by workers in cleanrooms.
In many cases, such as in the food industry, where relatively simple tasks are performed, clean robots are simply used as manpower-saving devices that can also be used in clean rooms.
On the other hand, in the semiconductor manufacturing field, which requires production under high cleanliness standards, Cleanroom Robots are used to produce high-quality products under higher cleanliness standards than before, eliminating the need for workers to enter clean rooms.
Clean rooms for handling food and semiconductor materials are partitioned from the outside space, and the cleanliness that can be guaranteed is specified by classifications at the design stage, such as the performance and number of air filters used, and the location and capacity of air conditioning equipment.
The smaller the class, the higher the guaranteed cleanliness, ranging from class 100 for semiconductor manufacturing improvement to class 1000 to 10000 for factories handling food products.
If the cleanliness level falls below this level, quality control and quality assurance problems will occur, and therefore, in principle, only equipment that corresponds to that class can be installed in a clean room.
General machines, including robots, are not compatible with Cleanroom Robots because dust generated by sliding parts such as grease and motors can lower the cleanliness level.
In contrast, Cleanroom Robots are designed to prevent dust generation by using magnetic fluid seals in sliding parts, etc., and can be used in a clean room without worrying about the cleanliness of the room because they are class 100 or lower (class 1 or lower depending on the product).
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