20 January, 2020
Well, this blog will help you to understand more about IS0 & Class 0 standards for compressed air and oil-free air products. In a general term, class 0 concept comes when there is the need for high quality compressed air which comes in direct contact with the product & can damage the final product.
Terms like ISO, Class 0 and Oil-free used to imply that the equipment like compressor meets certain standards. Yet, all these terms have key differences and can lead to unintended consequences if these differences are not understood.
Class 2.4.2 means
When it comes to a compressor; oil-free compressor complies with class 0 standards which are very essential for the critical applications* to ensure that the final product should not get contaminated or damaged due to oil particles in the compressed air. *critical applications are semiconductors, medical equipment, paper, food products, pharma applications, paint applications, etc.
Oil-free compressors having air purity class 0 with respect to oil helps you to get rid of:
So, Risk-free air = Oil-free Air = Class 0 certified.