Latest Pending Revisions for ISO 14644 Standards will be Key at ESTECH 2009

MARCH 20, 2009 — ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL — Find out what you need to know about pending revisions to the ISO 14644-1 and ISO 14644-2 Cleanroom Standards, including modifications to the airborne particulate classification test method and sampling requirements, at ESTECH 2009, the 55th Annual Technical Meeting and Exposition of IEST.

ISO 14644 tutorials will be taught by Robert Mielke, Secretary for ISO Technical Committee 209, Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments, and U.S. expert to the ISO/TC 209 team that is revising the ISO 14644-1 and ISO 14644-2 Standards.

Knowledge of the ISO 14644-1 and 14644-2 Standards has become an operational and contractual necessity in today’s cleanroom environments. Mielke’s expert, first-hand approach provides an in-depth understanding of the ISO 14644 series, with an emphasis on testing cleanroom classification requirements and performance.

These two tutorials are part of a three-part ISO certificate program that includes a full-day class on Testing Cleanroom Performance Using ISO 14644-3, taught by Robert Mielke and Daniel Dennison. The class will explore the practical application of the ISO 14644 series that a certification contractor would use to certify a clean space and will include a group cleanroom evaluation workshop.

ESTECH 2009 will take place during a new Monday-Thursday format on May 4-7, 2009, at the Chicago Marriott Schaumburg in Schaumburg, IL. Along with the ISO Series certificate program, a certificate program on Filtration; tutorial with information on the latest revisions to IEST-STD-CC1246; seminar on the latest nanotechnology standards development; USP-797 seminar; and a special seminar featuring pioneers in the contamination control industry will be featured at ESTECH 2009. To view the advance program, visit

To contact IEST with any questions, please e-mail [email protected] or call (847) 981-0100.



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