The Design and Construction of a Controlled Environmental Area for Hydraulic Assembly and Test 630357
This paper describes the construction of a clean room within an existing facility. The description of the details shows that areas capable of close environmental control can be developed from commercial construction materials readily available. Controls for such an area may also be relatively simple and routine, but must be regularly scheduled. Thus, at realistic costs, a facility may be constructed that will be more than adequate for supercritical inspection, assembly, and test operations.