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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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Thursday, 01 September 2022 15:48

Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Design Basics

Cleanrooms are categorized based upon the number of particles or contaminants in a given cubic space air. The International Organization for Standardization (or ISO) has developed a series of Cleanroom classifications in which most Pharmaceutical cleanroom environments in the US are designed to meet. As we have talked about previously in What Are Cleanroom Classifications?

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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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Monday, 01 February 2021 11:27

Right cleanroom doors

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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Sunday, 01 November 2020 17:37

Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Components

In the pharmaceutical research and development industry, scientists, technicians, and other employees are exposed to possibly dangerous or hazardous elements on a daily basis. It’s important to keep the cleanroom environments they work in free from outside elements, in order to maintain an objective and pure environment for research and experimental purposes. We recommend the following cleanroom equipment and components for your pharmaceutical environment.

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Thursday, 01 October 2020 02:53

Pharmaceutical Flooring

The pharmaceutical industry is on the cutting edge of scientific progress and research, working around the clock to develop, test, and produce medications and treatments that improve the health outcomes and quality of life for patients across the globe. As pharmaceuticals are such a sensitive and precise science, great care must be taken to ensure that every aspect of the facilities involved, at every step in the process, is designed to protect cleanliness and avoid the risk of contamination. The type of flooring system installed could not be more important than in this industry.

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Thursday, 01 October 2020 02:45

Pharmaceutical Industry Flooring

The pharmaceutical industry is on the cutting edge of science, transforming our lives in previously unimaginable ways. The right high-performance pharmaceutical flooring is essential for production plants, research and development labs and other facilities in maintaining their strict hygiene and safety protocols.

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Friday, 01 November 2019 12:24

Bio-Pharmaceutical Cleanroom

The purpose of this guideline is to provide design and construction suggestions for cleanrooms housing bio-pharmaceutical processes. The following suggestions are intended to assume that the facilities, when used properly, will meet the airborne Particulate Classes for Cleanrooms and Clean Zones, and will provide an environment that does not negatively affect bio-pharmaceutical processes conducted therein. Air cleanliness within the cleanroom suite may range from Class 100 through Class 100,000. In addition areas may be considered clean or labeled as "controlled environment" without having cleanliness class assigned to the space.

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