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Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology

The Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology (IEST) is a non-profit, technical society. Information on ISO 14644 and ISO 14698 standards can be found through this organization.

Founded in 1953, the organization is headquartered in Arlington Heights, Illinois. Its members are internationally recognized in the fields of design, test, and evaluation; contamination control; product reliability; and aerospace.[1]

International standards

The organization is the Secretariat of ISO/TC 209: cleanroom and associated controlled environments. This committee writes the ISO 14644 standards. IEST is also a founding member of the ANSI-accredited US TAG to ISO/TC 229 - Nanotechnologies.[2] IEST has also revised such Federal Standards as FED-STD-209, MIL-STD-781, MIL-STD-810, and MIL-STD-1246 (now IEST-STD-1246D).[3]

The IEST also distributes to the public all ISO 14644 and ISO 14698 standards.

Recommended practices

IEST publishes and disseminates up-to-date, reliable, technical information within each of its divisions known as IEST Recommended Practices. These Recommended Practices provide procedures based on peer-approved applications. These documents are then formulated by IEST Working Groups. IEST has also revised such Federal Standards as FED-STD-209E, MIL-STD-781, MIL-STD-810, and MIL-STD-1246 (now IEST-STD-CC1246D).[4]

Contamination control recommended practices

  • IEST-RP-CC001.5: HEPA and ULPA Filters
  • IEST-RP-CC002.3: Unidirectional Flow Clean-Air Devices
  • IEST-RP-CC003.4: Garment System Considerations in Cleanrooms and Other Controlled Environments
  • IEST-RP-CC004.3: Evaluating Wiping Materials Used in Cleanrooms and Other Controlled Environments
  • IEST-RP-CC005.4: Gloves and Finger Cots Used in Cleanrooms and Other Controlled Environments
  • IEST-RP-CC006.3: Testing Cleanrooms
  • IEST-RP-CC007.3: Testing ULPA Filters
  • IEST-RP-CC008.2: High-Efficiency Gas-phase Adsorber Cells
  • IEST-RP-CC011.2: A Glossary of Terms and Definitions Relating to Contamination Control
  • IEST-RP-CC012.2: Considerations in Cleanroom Design
  • IEST-RP-CC013.3: Calibration Procedures and Guidelines for Selecting Equipment Used in Testing Cleanrooms and Other Controlled Environments
  • IEST-RP-CC014.2: Calibration and Characterization of Optical Airborne Particle Counters
  • IEST-RP-CC016.2: The Rate of Deposition of Nonvolatile Residue in Cleanrooms
  • IEST-RP-CC018.4: Cleanroom Housekeeping – Operating and Monitoring Procedures
  • IEST-RP-CC019.1: Qualifications for Cleanrooms and Clean-Air Devices
  • IEST-RP-CC020.2: Substrates and Forms of Documentation in Cleanrooms
  • IEST-RP-CC021.3: Testing HEPA and ULPA Filter Media
  • IEST-RP-CC022.2: Electrostatic Charge in Cleanrooms and Other Controlled Environments
  • IEST-RP-CC023.2: Cleanrooms
  • IEST-RP-CC024.1: Measuring and Reporting Vibration in Microelectronics Facilities
  • IEST-RP-CC026.2: Cleanroom Operations
  • IEST-RP-CC027.2: Personnel Practices and Procedures in Cleanrooms and Controlled Environments
  • IEST-RP-CC028.1: Minienvironments
  • IEST-RP-CC029.1: Automotive Paint-Spray Applications
  • IEST-RP-CC031.3: Method of Characterizing Outgassed Cleanroom Materials and Components
  • IEST-RP-CC032.1: Flexible Packaging Materials for Use in Cleanrooms and Other Controlled Environments
  • IEST-RP-CC034.3: HEPA and ULPA Filter Leak Testing
  • IEST-G-CC035.1: Design Considerations for AMC Filtration Systems in Cleanrooms
  • IEST-RP-CC042.1: Sizing and Counting of Submicrometer Liquid-borne Particles Using Optical Discrete-Particle Counters
  • IEST-RP-CC046.1: Controlled Environments (Aerospace, Non-cleanroom)
  • IEST-STD-CC1246E: Product Cleanliness Levels – Applications, Requirements, and Determination

Nanotechnology recommended practices

  • IEST-RP-NANO200.1: Planning of Nanoscale Science and Technology Facilities: Guidelines for Design, Construction, and Start-Up

Design, test, and evaluation recommended practices

  • IEST-RP-DTE009.1: Vibration Shaker System Selection
  • IEST-RP-DTE011.1: Mechanical Shock and Vibration Transducer Selection
  • IEST-RP-DTE012.2: Handbook for Dynamic Data Acquisition and Analysis
  • IEST-RP-DTE019.1: Vibration Controller Selection
  • IEST-RP-DTE026.1: Using MIL-STD-810F, 519 Gunfire
  • IEST-RP-DTE032.2: Pyroshock Testing Techniques
  • IEST-RP-DTE040.1:; High-Intensity Acoustics Testing
  • IEST-RP-DTE046.1:; Terms Commonly Used in the Digital Analysis of Dynamic Data
  • The History and Rationale of MIL-STD-810

Product reliability recommended practices

  • IEST-RP-PR001.1: Management and Technical Guidelines for the ESS Process
  • IEST-RP-PR003.1: HALT and HASS

Journal of the IEST

The online Journal of the IEST publishes peer-reviewed technical papers, with a per-article fee, and free TechTalk articles related to the fields of contamination control; design, test, and evaluation; and product reliability. The online Journal provides never-before-available access to an entire decade of technical articles and peer-reviewed technical papers on simulation, testing, control, current research, and teaching of environmental sciences and technologies. The Journal of the IEST is the official publication of IEST, the Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology, of archival quality with continuous publication since 1958.

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Related links

  • http://www.iest.org
  • http://www.ansi.org
  • http://www.iso.org
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