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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. Different requirements and needs may lead to different material selection. This article will outline the pros and cons for the different solutions and the consequences from the technical and financial point of view that these choices will generate.
As we know, the most important source of contamination in a controlled environment is the human operator. Does that mean that the choice of the material used to build your modular cleanroom does not have any impact on the daily operativity of your facility and eventually the ROI?
Thanks to the fast-paced development in the department of science and technology, the quality of life has improved drastically. Today, the requirement for buildings has changed from ‘one roof, four walls, and a shelter to a more stringent need to enhance the overall experience of the building. This requirement of the industry has led to the development of a special antibacterial board by the Cleanroom panels suppliers. The quality of a cleanroom panel is vital to the cleanliness of your cleanroom.
You have decided you’re going to renovate or expand your pharmaceutical manufacturing facility. You have developed a conceptual plan and now, during the detailed design phase, you will need to make a critical decision about the quality of the facility of which you will be operating. One of the most important decisions you will make on this project revolves around the materials of construction - specifically, the built environment surrounding your process.
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.
What to decide? Say for instance, you have decided to go with a modular system. Now you have to deal with the wide selection of materials available with different suppliersor within the assortment of a single supplier.
The core product for many modular manufacturers and suppliers consists of an “all-purpose” system that can be utilized for a variety of applications from GMP rooms to specific ISO classes. These systems offer a high level of versatility and can be used to outfit existing facilities or to create larger freestanding envelope structures to house separate compartmentalized processes.