In order to offer safe and reliable data recovery services, our data repair experts work in fully certified Class ISO 10 Cleanrooms. All our data recovery specialists work in a controlled Cleanrooms for safe physical data recovery procedures.
We perform all HDD data repair, RAID array repair, and SSD repair procedures in an appropriate clean room environment.
In drive failure data recovery, it is crucial to work in proper environment meeting ISO standards. Digital devices, as well as their components, can be very sensitive. Thus, working in an untreated air atmosphere, the data recovery process can seriously damage your device. We need to open the drive to replace its parts or perform other techniques necessary to recover data.
The cleanrooms need to be regularly tested to ensure that they function correctly. They have to operate at a sufficient level to meet specific international standards and audits. Usually, cleanroom testing is provided by a third-party company to ensure proper reporting. In our case, this process is governed by the International Organization of Standardization (ISO).
Importance of Cleanrooms in Data Recovery
Opening a data recovery company, each of the businesses must think about an appropriate environment. Because for this industry, cleanrooms are one of the most important data recovery tools. The leading role of recovery cleanrooms is to protect hard drives and other media devices from serious damage during physical data recovery procedures.
Data recovery specialists can work with a controlled temperature and humidity, air filters, and other necessities of the data repair process in these cleanrooms. Especially, this is important during the hard drive recovery process. For example, even the smallest dust particles or oil drops can cause permanent defects to a hard drive.
In addition to the hard disk, flash drives, solid-state drives, and data tapes can also get damaged by microscopic contaminants. Being a responsible data recovery service, we treat each data loss case properly and recover data in a certified Cleanroom.
Our Company’s Principles
Our data recovery engineers always wear specialized clothing while working in Cleanrooms and repairing media. Besides, we regularly test our equipment to maintain our certifications.
There are different Cleanroom classifications for the data recovery industry. Let’s talk about them in detail:
Class 1000 (ISO 6) – It allows a maximum of 1,000 particles per cubic foot. Usually, data recovery companies do not use Class 1000 standards because it is not suitable for hard drive repair.
Class 100 (ISO 5) – It allows a maximum of 100 particles per cubic foot. Most common classification among data repair companies
Class 10 (ISO 4) – It allows a maximum of 10 particles per cubic foot. We take into account the sensitivity of hard drives and other modern media. That is why, we believe that the Class 10 standards are necessary for safe and reliable data recovery.
Before taking a device to our data recovery lab, we provide our customers with a free evaluation. After the evaluation is over, our customer service will provide you with full pricing information and a timing turnaround. In addition, our 5 star rated data recovery customer service is available 24/7. This is why giving your device to our data recovery lab, you can rest assured.
Our customer service team will provide you with updates about your case. Whether you need RAID array recovery, hard drive data recovery, Solid-state Drive recovery, or any other data recovery service – we treat each case equally and individually.
Advantages of working with us:
- 99% Data Recovery Success Rate
- US Local Pick-up Option
- Same-Day 24/7/365 Emergency Service Options
- 100% Customer Satisfaction
- Free Diagnostics
- Money-back Guarantee
- Verified Security for All Services
For our data recovery company, data security is a top priority during and after the recovery process. That is why we always aim to use the latest and the best data recovery tools. Call us today at (888) 611-0737 to find out more or start your data recovery case.