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Pre-hung doors are an important choice for any construction or renovation project because they come already mounted on a frame, making installation easier and more efficient. These doors are a complete unit that is ready to be installed, saving time and effort during the building process. Pre-hung doors are also more secure and airtight than doors that are hung separately, which can improve energy efficiency and reduce drafts. These benefits make pre-hung doors a popular choice for hospitals, research labs, and pharmaceutical facilities.

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Friday, 01 December 2023 12:27

Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Design & ISO 14644-16

Cleanrooms and controlled contamination environments are increasingly being used across many industrial sectors, including the pharmaceutical industry. An important issue is the operating cost associated with cleanroom energy consumption and, consequently, the identification of applicable energy containment measures. This article reviews pharmaceutical cleanroom calculations for non-unidirectional airflow against energy consumption with known sources of contamination and type of air diffusion used. It proposes alternative cases to compare potential economic savings from applying energy-saving measures proposed by ISO 14644-16.1

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High-performance doors and flexible industrial fabric walls have evolved in recent years and are a viable option for various food and pharmaceutical applications.

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Finding the right cleanroom door for GMP pharmaceuticals can be a challenging task. Cleanroom doors are vital for protecting the integrity of pharmaceutical and food items and contribute to overall operational efficiency.

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From the time of Swiss watchmakers, who used bell jars to prevent dust from falling on their timepieces, to the development of high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters for atomic energy production, manufacturers have worked to limit airborne contamination in their production environments. Today, ISO standards still emphasize air filtration and air distribution requirements, but the science of cleanroom design has necessarily gone beyond air filtration to include all components of the room, including floors, walls and especially doors.

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Sunday, 01 May 2022 02:51

Pharmaceutical Clean Rooms

If you’re a pharmaceutical laboratory, a contract research group, or similar organization, we have the laboratory cleanroom solution ideal for your requirements. We have numerous modular cleanroom options available, making it easy to create an ideal controlled environment in which to perform your pharmaceutical research studies, experiments, analysis, clinical trials, and laboratory testing.

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Thursday, 01 July 2021 04:44

Cleanroom door for GMP pharmaceutical

The cleanroom door is different from ordinary home doors. It is beyond the reach of ordinary home doors in terms of performance, accessories, and manufacturing technology. Because of its superb and complicated cleanroom environment, many customers have a headache in purchasing cleanroom doors.

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Monday, 01 March 2021 08:23

Modular Cleanrooms

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.

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Monday, 01 February 2021 11:27

Choosing Cleanroom Doors

High-speed doors play a key role in maintaining clean operations in pharmaceutical plants. They are designed to address facility needs for environmental control, productivity and safety (as well as cleanliness). In cleanroom applications, they are used to maintain correct room pressures, air circulation rates and optimal operating efficiency and to prevent cross-contamination. High operating speeds are critical to minimize air infiltration when staff members enter or exit.

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Monday, 01 February 2021 11:27

Cleanroom Door Key Considerations

One of the biggest challenges in designing cleanroom doors for the pharmaceutical industry is in creating a sturdy door with a high hygienic performance that is light and easy to clean.

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