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Jeff Meek

Jeff Meek Precision Environments

Joined Precision Environments: 2023

Years in the Industry: 10 years

Education:
BS Biology/Biological Sciences, The Ohio State University

Specialties: 

  • Sales & Marketing Leadership 
  • Strategic Planning

Jeff Meek

Regional Sales Manager

Technical Summary:

Since receiving a B.S. in Biological Sciences from The Ohio State University, Jeff has worked in the cleanroom industry in account management and cleanroom product sales. His background in science sparked his interest in the cleanroom industry. Over the last decade, he has become an expert at educating and advising customers on their contamination control strategies within the cleanroom environment.  

Personal Summary:

Jeff enjoys golfing, hiking in the Rocky Mountains, traveling, and watching Ohio State football. He and his wife collaborate with a local non-profit, Louie’s Legacy Animal Rescue, to foster and find safe forever homes for dogs.

Recent Articles by Jeff:

Structural Support In Cleanroom Systems 

Cleanrooms are critical environments used in various industries such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, electronics manufacturing, and aerospace. Maintaining the highest levels of cleanliness and controlling environmental factors like particulate matter, temperature, humidity, and pressure is essential for the success of operations within cleanrooms. However, achieving these stringent requirements relies on the structural support systems that uphold the integrity of the cleanroom environment. In this blog post, we will look at some ways cleanroom systems are structurally supported.

Different Types of Cleanrooms in Various Industries

Cleanrooms serve as critical environments across diverse industries, ensuring product quality, safety, and compliance with regulatory standards. Let us explore several types of cleanrooms and give a quick look at their applications:

A Reference Point for Cleanroom Classifications 

When it comes to creating a cleanroom environment, one of the fundamental questions that arises is, which ISO 14644-1 standard should be adopted?. These standards, ranging from ISO 1 to ISO 9, dictate the maximum allowable particles per cubic meter, with particle sizes ranging from 0.1 µm to ≥5 µm. However, understanding these classifications requires more than just numbers and ranges; it demands a real-world perspective on particle sizes and contamination sources.

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