Aerosol particle counters play a crucial role in assessing air quality by quantifying and sizing particles present in the air. This information is valuable for determining particle concentration in a specific area or the surrounding ambient air. It is particularly useful in evaluating the level of cleanliness within controlled environments such as cleanrooms. Our services include comprehensive airborne particle count cleanliness classification tests, including the “Non Viable Particle Count Test.” This test is essential for industries like semiconductor manufacturing, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, disk drive production, aerospace, and other fields that demand stringent environmental control. Cleanrooms adhere to specific particle count limits, and aerosol particle counters, including those used for “Non Viable Particle Count Tests,” are employed to test and classify cleanrooms according to predefined standards. This ensures their compliance with the desired cleanroom classification, whether it is during the As-Built, At-Rest, or Operational phase.