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Wednesday, 01 June 2022 09:00

Cleanroom Ceilings, Floors and Walls

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.

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When you need a clean room to maintain a measurably sanitary environment, you may look into building a hardwall clean room, but increasingly people are turning to Modular Clean Room walls because they can get the same controlled environment for less money and hassle. But before you invest in cleanroom wall panels, there are a few things you need to know.

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Saturday, 01 August 2020 03:15

Modular Cleanrooms Wall Materials

Cleanrooms are controlled environments used in the manufacturing and research of pharmaceuticals or in the assembly of semiconductor and aviation applications. They are designed in a way to have a minimal level of particulate matter like microorganisms, dust, pollutants, and other molecules. The permissible level of these impurities in a room depends on the product being tested or assembled in the room. As the design and form of these cleanrooms need to be altered according to the product being tested, a lot of companies resort to modular building companies to help install a cleanroom, which is flexible in architecture while fulfilling the requirements. Here are a few factors that you need to pay attention to while deciding on a modular cleanroom structure:

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Friday, 01 May 2020 05:31

Right wall material cleanroom

If you’re working on putting together a design for your cleanroom, you’ve likely noticed that there isn’t a ton of helpful information out there. That’s because up until recently, most buyers just hired a contractor they felt they could trust, and left it at that. But if you’re here, it’s likely because you’re a part of the newer generation of buyer: the savvy, researching buyer who wants all the information before you even head to a cleanroom manufacturing pro.

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Tuesday, 01 January 2019 08:59

Right wall material for your cleanroom

If you’re working on putting together a design for your cleanroom, you’ve likely noticed that there isn’t a ton of helpful information out there. That’s because up until recently, most buyers just hired a contractor they felt they could trust, and left it at that. But if you’re here, it’s likely because you’re a part of the newer generation of buyer: the savvy, researching buyer who wants all the information before you even head to a cleanroom manufacturing pro.

Well, we’re here to help you out as best we can. We know it can be tough to find the info you’re looking for when it comes to cleanroom components, so we put together this blog to help you figure out your options for cleanroom walls. First things first, what are the most basic components you need for a successful cleanroom wall that upholds your application’s standards?

When it comes to cleanroom walls, you’re really looking for two things: smooth, dust-free surfaces. But finding the type of surface that’s perfect for your operation is a bit easier said than done. To determine what wall material type is best for you, there are a couple of considerations to keep in mind:

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Thursday, 01 June 2017 08:03

How to choose Cleanroom Walls

When creating a controlled cleanroom environment, it's important to consider every part of the construction carefully, including the walls, ceilings and floors. Cleanroom walls must be able to keep out contaminants, such as airborne particles, as well as allowing you to create an environment where the air flow, temperature and humidity are controlled.

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Wednesday, 01 February 2017 08:03

Cleanroom Wall Surfaces

The type of cleanroom wall surface used is dictated by a lot of things, including the cleanliness required of the cleanroom, whether static electricity is an issue, or the type of cleaners that will be used to clean your cleanroom.

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