I was just wondering if anyone knew if to achieve a Grade D laboratory environment if an air lock is required?
We had our air tested, however we were wondering if that is enough and does it matter how grade D is achieved?
Any guidance would be greatly appreciated
The entry in Grade D area should be through airlocks/ buffer for personnel, equipment and materials.The Grade D area should be maintained to an appropriate cleanliness standard and supplied with air which has passed through filters of an appropriate efficiency. Proper air flow pattern must be designed and complies.