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Importance of Cleanroom in EMS

A cleanroom does just that: it keeps things clean. Yes, the existence of cleanrooms has become a mandatory requirement in the manufacturing industry, as well as cleanliness and contamination have gained a completely new perspective when it is referred to the Medical, Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Life sciences, and Food manufacturing sectors. In the manufacturing realm, a germ-free environment is what is expected to eliminate contamination and protect the product.


An electronics manufacturing set-up is no exception to this requirement, indeed it demands more cleanliness to be maintained to reduce the risks of airborne contaminants on the quality of the product manufactured. In this regard, a cleanroom comes as a solution to ensure product sterility and stability, and to maintain strict electrostatic and micro-pollutant requirements during the manufacturing and assembly process.


A cleanroom can be referred to as a sterile environment, which is typically used as part of advanced manufacturing or scientific research and is devoid of contamination from hazardous chemicals, biological waste, and hazardous equipment. Precisely, a cleanroom is a dedicated space where elements are controlled to prevent surface contamination – either from the environment or the workers entering the room. To remove and limit potentially hazardous airborne particles including dust, microbes, aerosols and chemical vapors, a cleanroom typically uses a ventilation system featuring High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) or Ultra Low Particulate Air (ULPA) filters as well as a pressurized air environment. Besides, workers in a cleanroom follow specific protocols of wearing gowns, gloves, booties, hairnets, and other protective attire. Usually, a cleanroom not only tends to have no windows and other entryways, aside from doors, to allow air in or out of the premises but also tends to be in an isolated facility to reduce potential risks of contaminants from entering inside.


Cleanrooms are certified by standards such as ISO 14644-1:2015, which includes nine classes based on the maximum concentration and size of particles in the air. In an electronics manufacturing floor, a cleanroom can ensure that small particles do not contaminate the surface of sensitive components, which could impact defect rates. Regardless of regulatory requirements, cleaner products result in higher quality, zero rework and less scrap and on the other hand, contaminated products lead to higher expenses and even loss of ISO certifications. An EMS provider can be assured that their cleanroom investment will protect their process, quality and credibility.


Importance of a cleanroom in the Electronics Manufacturing industry


A high risk of potential contamination exists due to the lack of a strict and controlled environment for the manufacturing process. Failure to address this issue may result in delivering contaminated products, failures and losses. Understanding the importance of a cleanroom becomes very important for an electronics manufacturing service provider to attain the below benefits:


  • Reliable Control

Cleanrooms are designed to establish strict control over the environment with powerful filtration and HVAC systems. Technical parameters such as cleanliness, differential pressure, temperature, and humidity are kept as constant as possible to provide clean, and particle-free air.


  • Consistent Product Quality

All essential parameters are measured and controlled inside a cleanroom. Steady temperature, relative humidity, and air quality levels in the cleanroom will ensure consistent product quality.


  • Safer Working Environment

A cleanroom creates a safer environment for workers to perform tasks and protects them while handling subtle materials and highly sensitive processes.


  • Reduces rework and failures

Ultimately, consistent quality, fewer product failures and reduced losses and injuries will pay off through significant cost and time savings. Even though setting up, implementing and operating a cleanroom involves huge cost, but it is surely profitable in ways the other quality control systems can’t achieve.



The application of cleanrooms has become a common method of controlling contamination and improving the environment for people, equipment and materials. Electronics manufacturing performed in a cleanroom not only identifies specific threats to product purity but also ensures that quality standards are met. Therefore, sterile spaces coupled with strict protocols, regulated ISO standards, latest technologies and trained staff can enable an electronics manufacturing provider to produce products that are accurate, reliable, and life-saving.

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Deepashree Narendra

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Deepashree joined Vinyas in 2015, and since then she has been instrumental in driving brand management, human resource management, accelerating business growth and crafting valuable stakeholder experiences. She comes with around 8 years of experience of working with leading PR firms in Mumbai.


Deepashree holds a Bachelors in Biotechnology Engineering from Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysuru. She has also pursued her studies in Law from National Law School, Bangaluru where she completed her PGDM in Intellectual Property Rights. Besides, she has also completed her Master’s in Business Management under the specialization of Communications from Symbiosis School of Media and Communication, Bangaluru.  


Deepashree is currently the co-convener of CII Women Network Forum Mysuru and the Chair for YUVA, Young Indians; the youth vertical of Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). 

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Director - Operations

Heading the Operations at Vinyas, Vasan has more than two decades of experience in Electronics Manufacturing as well as Electronics Hardware industry. Being a Mechanical Engineer by qualification, he has helped the company to form a world-class manufacturing solutions team and has nurtured business partnerships since his association with Vinyas in 2001.


Vasan oversees the entire manufacturing facility and has played a pioneering role as mentor in building operational efficiency. He has been contributory in establishing a strong team to deliver technology-driven and innovation-led solutions to the valued customers.


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Sumukh Narendra


Sumukh has been associated with Vinyas Innovative Technologies since 2018 and is currently serving as Executive Director. He holds a Bachelors in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysuru and Master of Science in Engineering in Embedded Systems from University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA.


With over 8 years of experience in Design Engineering, Sumukh brings in a strong focus on developing cutting-edge and innovative technologies in diagnostic and digital healthcare domain. He has also gained work experience as Lead Design Engineer in multi-national Fortune 100 Companies in USA.


Under his competent headship, Vinyas has achieved many milestones. Sumukh has not only achieved sustainable growth plan and supported Vinyas to expand its footprint in European markets especially in the Medical, Power electronics & Industrial Engineering sectors but has also established many ground-breaking technologies in firmware, medical and Industrial engineering segments.


Sumukh also serves as a Member of Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Mysore Chapter.

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Narendra Narayanan

Founder and Managing Director

Narendra founded Vinyas Innovative Technologies in the year 2000 with a vision to create global presence for India in the Electronics Manufacturing industry. Under his out-standing leadership and guidance, Vinyas has grown to become one of India’s largest Integrated Electronics System Design and Manufacturing company catering its best-in-class engineering & manufacturing solutions to global markets.


Born in the year 1959 at Bengaluru, Narendra has completed his Engineering in Electrical & Electronics from the University of Southern California. He has to his credit of serving as Chairman and advisor for many indigenous companies across the globe.


No doubt, Narendra is a man of vision and a heart of gold. “The Best Employer” award bestowed by the National Trust, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Government of India in the year 2011-2012 stands as a proof. Besides being honoured as the member of Advisory Board of India, USC Viterbi School of Engineering; Narendra was also conferred the Widney House Volunteer Award for the year 2014 from the University of Southern California. Born with strong ethical values, Narendra consistently strive to create an open and transparent work environment at Vinyas. Extending impartial and equal employment opportunities to differently abled, hearing impaired and tribal youth deserves an applause.