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Wednesday, 01 December 2021 10:28

The Considerations of Building a Cleanroom

An integral part of scientific research, yield optimisation, safety assurance and quality control, cleanroom installation is an increasingly important feature within the manufacturing process.

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Wednesday, 01 December 2021 10:27

About cleanroom design

The biggest source of contaminants in any industry is air. In order to minimize the amount of particles floating around, production processes are moved to a cleanroom.

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Wednesday, 01 December 2021 10:25

Cleanroom Design: Let the Standards Guide You

Perhaps the popular view of a cleanroom is as a stark, cold antechamber where brave biocontainment specialists don slightly trimmed versions of spacesuits and battle novel pathogens threatening to escape clandestine BSL-4 facilities. In the movies, and sometimes in real life, that may be true. However, cleanrooms pervade research, testing, and industrial facilities, with prominent roles in pharmaceutical and semiconductor manufacturing, food safety, immunosensitive research and clinical care, and mobile or temporary applications that require pop-up and tear-down capabilities. Consequently, they run the gamut from moderately restrictive additions within permissive facilities, to isolated and sterile environments that function like giant, single-purpose biosafety cabinets.

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Wednesday, 01 December 2021 10:21

Designs for GMP Clean Rooms

A cleanroom (GMP cleanroom), in my mind, is a combination of engineering design, fabrication, finish and operational controls (control strategy) that are required to convert a “normal” room to a “clean room”. This blog will attempt to explain the necessary characteristics of a regulated company clean room not producing potent chemicals or active or hazardous biologicals. If there are significant containment requirements, the requirements would be outside the scope of a “simplistic” blog like this. In a pharmaceutical sense, clean rooms are those rooms that meet the code of GMP requirements as defined in the sterile code of GMP, i.e. Annex 1 of both the EU and PIC/S Guides to GMP and other standards and guidance as required by local health authorities.

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Wednesday, 01 December 2021 10:18

How to Plan a Cleanroom Design & Build Project

We starts with your process requirements and your business objectives. We then design and construct your cleanroom- based on your budget- from that foundation. Our in-house engineering, design, construction management and project management teams enable us to bring constructability and tool requirements into the cleanroom design flow.

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Monday, 01 August 2016 03:05

Comply to Building Code

Complying to Code is easy if you plan ahead.

Eight different cleanroom panels that help you meet Building Code. CRW stocks a full line of 2″ and 4″ Flex Wall Panels. Now you have the option of Class A through C wall panels constructed in eight models, all of which comply with Building Code!

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Saturday, 01 July 2017 08:03

The costs of building a cleanroom

For those of us in lab design, we know that cleanrooms can be one of the most complex spaces to design. Cleanrooms provide a space where the particulate count in the air is regulated. A wide variety of clients require clean spaces to conduct their business, whether it’s based on their own SOPs (standard operating procedures) or required by regulatory agencies. Cleanrooms offer an indoor environment unique to any other indoor environment—and with it, pose some unique design challenges.

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Tuesday, 01 May 2018 06:50

Existing cleanroom building composition

The building housing this expansion was comprised of offices, labs, manufacturing and support spaces, with a total of over 220,000 square feet of space. Distinctive air-handling zones existed for the offices, the labs and the manufacturing areas. Offices were served by several packaged single-zone systems. The labs and the manufacturing areas used air handlers utilizing chilled water and hot water coils.

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Friday, 01 June 2018 06:18

Cleanroom Renovation or New Build

When renovating a cleanroom, or creating one from non-cleanroom space, understanding the details — of the site, building, planned research, and equipment — is essential. A cleanroom can be used for many things: semiconductor fabrication, microelectronics assembly, aeronautical assembly and testing, pharmaceutical research or manufacturing, or geochemistry. One size definitely does not fit all.

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Friday, 01 June 2018 06:17

Why Use Design Build for Cleanrooms?

The turnkey approach to design building a cleanroom has been moving toward the forefront of cleanroom design and construction for many reasons — one of the most important being schedule. Design build lends itself to fast track construction in such a way that a high quality product can be delivered, as well as help reduce a customer’s time to market. With the critical nature of hitting a window with certain products, the faster the project completes the better.

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