These parameters are widely in applications requiring environmental control - for instance, packaging rooms, CMM (coordinate measuring machine) rooms and the like. In these applications you need some of the features of a cleanroom (but not all of the features), and you don’t want to pay for the those features that you do not need.
Simply put - all controlled environments are going to require the following:
- Temperature Control (some applications may need humidity control as well, though most do not)
The difference with an application requiring critical control is in a lot of instances is that you just don’t use the most expensive end of the products – you use the less sophisticated products to create the environment, and the highly sophisticated products for cleanroom applications - For instance, a pharmaceutical cleanroom or a microelectronics semiconductor cleanroom.