Cleanrooms are designed to maintain extremely low levels of particulates, such as dust, airborne organisms, or vaporized particles, generally with a classification of ISO 5-9and are utilized as apart of special industrial production or research for pharmaceuticals and semiconductor and electronics industry. The demand for cleanrooms in biopharmaceuticals continues to grow significantly. The outbreak of new microbes and microbial diseases has made cleanrooms a part of almost every pharmaceuticals. With the outbreak of corona virus and many rushing to find medicines and vaccines against novel corona virus, cleanroom industry had a busy time with huge focus on cleaning and disinfection. There was an unprecedented increase in all types of products and services of cleanroom industry.
At present, the global cleanroom market, for all technologies is around $12 billion/year. The market is dominated by electronics and semi-conductor industry having about 60 percent market share. Only 40percent of total market belongs to pharmaceuticals. The segment continues to expand at between 8-10 percent annually.