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Clean Room

Cleanrooms are used in practically every industry where small particles can adversely affect the manufacturing process. They vary in size and complexity, and are used extensively in industries such as semiconductor manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, biotech, medical device and life sciences, as well as critical process manufacturing common in aerospace, optics, military and Department of Energy.

A cleanroom is any given contained space where provisions are made to reduce particulate contamination and control other environmental parameters such as temperature, humidity and pressure. The key component is the High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter that is used to trap particles that are 0.3 micron and larger in size. All of the air delivered to a cleanroom passes through HEPA filters, and in some cases where stringent cleanliness performance is necessary, Ultra Low Particulate Air (ULPA) filters are used.

Personnel selected to work in cleanrooms undergo extensive training in contamination control theory. They enter and exit the cleanroom through airlocks, air showers and/or gowning rooms, and they must wear special clothing designed to trap contaminants that are naturally generated by skin and the body.

Salient Features

  • HEPA or ULPA fan filter units
  • Powder coated or stainless (stainless) steel frame building
  • Free-standing
  • Can be easily and quickly relocated
  • Large open spans up to 34 ft.
  • Interior clear height 8 to 16 ft.
  • Room Class 100,000 to Class 10
  • Aesthetic design, visually appealing
  • High quality performance
  • Easy to assemble
  • Expandable and upgradeable
  • Adjustable pressure upto 0.06 W.C.

Clean room Standards

Sr. Standard Description
1 Class 1: These rooms are only used by integrated circuit manufacturers manufacturing sub-micron geometrics.
2 Class 10: These rooms are used by semiconductor manufacturers producing integrated circuits with line widths below 2µm.
3 Class 100: Used when a bacteria-free or particulate-free environment is required in the manufacture of aseptically produced injectable medicines. Required for implant or transplant surgical operations. Isolation of immunosuppressed patients, e.g. after bone marrow transplant operations.
4 Class 1,000: Manufacture of high quality optical equipment. Assembly and testing of precision gyroscopes. Assembly of miniaturized bearing.
5 Class 10,000: Assembly of prevision hydraulic or pneumatic equipment, servo-control valves, precision timing devices, high grade gearing.
6 Class 100,000: General optical work, assembly of electronic components, hydraulic and pneumatic assembly.

CLEAN ROOM TENT


Cleanroom tents provide outstanding performance as well as aesthetic appeal. Cleanroom tents are composed of walls of heavy plastic sheeting supported by a strong metal frame. This superior construction provides the flexibility to easily assemble, reconfigure and move cleanroom tents. Cleanroom tents are available in both vertical and horizontal air flow configurations.
All cleanroom tents from Clean Air Products are equipped with HEPA OR ULPA filtration systems to provide either positive or negative air pressure. Soft wall cleanroom tents are available from Class 100,000 to Class 10.
Cleanroom tents are a low-cost option for industries seeking high-performance particulate controlled environments. The Clean Room Tent is a designed and constructed room in which the air supply, air distribution, filtration of air supply

MODULAR CLEAN ROOM


Modular, prefabricated cleanroom system that is designed to provide superior Cleanroom performance and aesthetic appeal. Its modular, prefabricated design combines functionality with flexibility to create systems that will meet your cleanroom needs of today and into the future.
These rooms are available from Class 100,000 to Class 10. The rooms are available with open free spans from 6 to 34 feet and interior room heights of 8 to 16 feet. Multiple rooms can be combined to form larger Modular Clean Room systems. The system allows for additional sections to be added to existing rooms to expand the clean room at a future date

CLEAN ROOM DOORS

These doors are designed to meet the most stringent requirements for clean room and hygienic applications.Designed for interior applications in humid or corrosive environments, these doors do not swell, rot, warp, rust or attract bacteria thus making the door extremely hygienic and perfect for the pharmaceutical, leisure, food, and healthcare sectors. Most facilities incorporate multiple pressure steps within the building’s structure.


CLEAN ROOM PANELS

Our clean rooms panel system can be installed as a production complex or a single room for either laboratories or hospitals and can include windows, air locks or pass through facilities.
Advanced production technology ensures we meet the clients’ environmental requirements which can be totally flexible and expanded to at a later date if required. Our Clean Room Panels are designed & manufactured using advanced technology and are easier to install.
These panels are broadly demanded for various electronic, pharmaceutical, automobile, & also for food industry. And our Clean Rooms Wall Panels keep a very huge stock of clean room so we are able to meet our customer requirement as well as we can delivered bulk orders on time.
We also worked on clean room turnkey projects with cooling coil etc. And we offer our products at highly competitive prices to the clients.


CLEAN ROOM WINDOWS

Manufactured to suit both traditional built and modular wall systems the cleanroom window complies with GMP/GLP requirements. Units can be offered with integral blinds, smart glass and fire rating independently tested to European Norm (EN) 1364 – 1 for up to 2 hours fire resistance.





AIRLOCKS & INTERLOCKS

To maintain cleanroom pressure differentials, passage should be through airlocks (and ideally controlled by interlocks). Airlocks are mostly used for the coming and going of personnel in gowning and degowning areas and material transfer airlocks. Our wall panel and door system can easily be configured with an interlock system, with two subsequent sets of doors, each opening separately with airspace between them. Interlocks prevent potential particle migration between two clean rooms which happens when two doors are accidentally opened at the same time.