Experienced in Modular Cleanrooms
Modular cleanrooms are facilities that are designed for the purpose of certain fields of research such as biological or chemical research, and also for the manufacturing of certain high precision products. These modular cleanrooms have a logarithmic classification system that follows a grading scale based on a number of allowable particulates in the air. Class one rooms have 1 particle for every 0.5 micrometers of cubic space and so on. The class number resembling the maximum amount of particles allowed in 0.5 cubic micrometers.
Modular Cleanroom Features
As for filtration systems, modular cleanrooms often use HEPA filters and ULPA filters. These filters can remove up to 99.9% of the particulates in the air using various air flow techniques. Some cleanrooms employ a positive pressure to keep particles out, and then some employ negative pressure to keep contaminants in. The application you will be using your modular cleanroom for will determine whether you will need a positive or negative pressure cleanroom. It is no surprise that the need for a cleanroom can be overwhelming. The panels, windows, and doors common to our in-plant modular office system already meet your Class 1000, Class 10,000, and Class 100,000 needs. Our sales staff has the knowledge to combine our wall system with the appropriate cleanroom components to ensure your cleanroom meets your strict requirements.
- HEPA and ULPA Filters
- Single package air-conditioning
- “Sticky Mats” to keep dirt and grime from entering
- Air curtains
- High-speed roll-up doors Anterooms – Entrance air-lock before entering the cleanroom