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Our modular hardwall cleanrooms provide a clean, protected, and structured environment, without the need for internal bracing or ceiling supports, unlike other modular structures. We have many different modular cleanroom options to suit your needs. All our hardwall cleanroom components are prefabricated and 100% modular in design. Our modular cleanrooms can be installed by the end user, or by our factory trained technicians, whichever you prefer.
Modular portable clean room systems provide advanced cleanroom solutions for your manufacturing constraints. Depending on your specifications, a modular cleanroom can be designed to handle your project’s exact particulate level requirements. Whether you require an ISO level 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9 prefab cleanroom for your particular application needs, we has you covered.
Modular cleanrooms (or “clean rooms”) are most often used in manufacturing and research facilities, but, thanks to their versatility and ease of installation, they’re finding use in new industries every day. Any industry or application where small particles can adversely affect manufacturing, production, or packaging processes can benefit from the use of a modular clean room.
As an example, if you are in a lease situation, and are putting a clean room in and you don’t know if 10 years from now if you’re going to be there, one of the main advantages of modular is that it is considered to be a piece of capital equipment.
Modular construction lends itself to increasing your speed, cleanliness and quality of construction. Let me explain - speed is pretty easy. Modular construction is manufactured off-site and erected on site. So constructing a building with modular components takes less time and therefore projects can be completed much quicker.
Modular softwall cleanrooms are designed to provide clean environments from ISO Standard 14644 Class 3 to Class 8. Softwall cleanrooms are positive air pressure, single air pass, portable modular structures that can be custom manufactured to your specifications.
Standard units consist of painted steel framing that can be fastened to the ground, aluminum casketed ceiling grid with an interior height of 7’ to 10’. Solid clear vinyl curtains enclose the sides with an access door consisting of vinyl strips that overlap. Clean air is provided through the HEPA filter fan units located in the ceiling (quantity based on size & classification). Lighting is provided by the ceiling grid mounted, sealed cleanroom fixtures.
FRP and C-PVC Cleanrooms provide the ideal contamination-free processing environment for bio or pharmaceutical and other operations requiring an environment that's easy to clean and sterilize.
Double-wall modular steel cleanrooms are ideal for bio/pharmaceutical applications that require an easy-clean, aseptic environment. Completely free-standing, they require no external supports and can be specified and installed in a fraction of the time, at a fraction the cost, of conventional fixed-installation biopharmaceutical clean rooms.
Available in 304/316 stainless or powder-coated steel, these cleanrooms feature smooth internal surfaces without cracks or crevices that can harbor germ colonies. Clean room accessories include UV modules, air conditioning, humidification/dehumidification modules, and HEPA/ULPA fan/filter units (FFUs) to meet cleanliness requirements to Class 10/ISO 3.
Modular clean room construction can offer a number of important advantages over conventional (stick-build) approaches. For example, modular walls are an inherently dry construction material with little or no modification required for installation, thus minimizing dust generation. Modular systems can also be manufactured from materials that are non-shedding and non-particulating.
Deciding whether your cleanroom should be modular instead of drywall is not the only decision a project team has to make when considering a cleanroom. In most cases, the choice of panels is not as clear cut as once was the norm.