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Buyer beware: There is no easy way to choose which floor, wall or ceiling is best for your cleanroom. Depending on your application, sifting through products can be similar to buying a car – so many choices, not enough information.
Your cleanroom is one of the most important parts of your laboratory. This sterile and safe environment protects your experiments from contamination. To obtain the level of control you need over your cleanroom environment, you need to take extreme care when selecting the materials that compose every aspect of the room, from the floor to the ceiling.
When choosing between the various different cleanroom designs that are available today, you probably give a lot of thought to the space that your employees will be working in. You may consider the walls, features, and perhaps even the floor of your cleanroom, but how much thought have you given to the cleanroom ceiling? Although the cleanroom ceiling is often overlooked, it is an extremely important part of any cleanroom.
Cleanroom door selection is an interesting topic because from a cleanliness standpoint, the decisions are somewhat easy. In a pharmaceutical environment you’re concerned about cracks or crevices in the door and how microbial growth can result from that. But the decision process for a cleanroom door is more influenced by what you need from the entry and exit of people, personnel and materials, than on how a door relates to the cleanliness level.
Convert a existing office or room into an ISO class 4-8 cleanroom using Cleanroom Conversions a in a fraction of the time, and at a fraction of the cost, compared to new construction.
- Mounts to existing office walls
- Built to accommodate weight and dimensions of standard fan/filter units, lights and panels (order separately)
- Powder-coated or 304 stainless steel ceiling grid forms a strong, rigid structure—no ceiling suspension or internal support columns required for spans to 20 feet (6096 mm)
- Customized to your specifications
Air Flow Rates
For detailed information on Air Flow Velocity Rates, contact a our specialists to get specific answers to your project.
Making a decision on ceiling systems, like the wall systems, is dictated by what your cleanliness classification is and what you’re worried about from a cleaning agent standpoint. But then you have to add one more factor to that, which is how much weight the ceiling will need to support.