What is unidirectional and non-unidirectional air flow? : Pharmaceutical Guidelines

What is unidirectional and non-unidirectional air flow?


Unidirectional air flow: Airflow having generally parallel steam lines, operating in a single direction, and with uniform velocity over its cross-section; previously referred to as “laminar” air flow. It is used in LAF, RLAF, Isolators and clean rooms.

Non-unidirectional air flow: Air flow which does not meet the definition of unidirectional airflow, previously referred to as “Turbulent or Non-Laminar” air flow.



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