What is Airlock in GMP standard?

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What is Airlock in GMP standard?

Airlock: A room or space designed to act as a means of segregating areas of different air classification or quality. It may contain a method to remove particulate contamination from clean room garments as personnel pass through, and usually includes HEPA filtered air supply and interlocking doors. Airlocks pressure will “float” between those of the spaces being protected. With all doors closed, the airlock pressure will be somewhere between that of the highest adjoining room and that of the lowest adjoining room as air flows through it from room to room. “Ventilated airlocks” are in neutral ducted air balance (supply CFM = return CFM).

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