Modular Cleanrooms | Cleanroom Manufacturer
Modular cleanrooms are facilities that are used in biological or chemical research, and many manufacturing industries to produce high precision, uncontaminated products. Modular cleanrooms have a logarithmic classification system that follows a grading scale based on a number of allowable particulates in the air. Class one rooms have 1 particle for every 0.5 micrometers of cubic space and so on. The class number resembling the maximum amount of particles allowed in 0.5 cubic micrometers. Cleanrooms have distinct classifications created by the International Organization for Standardization (or ISO). ISO has nine classification levels of cleanrooms based on the number of contaminants present in the air.
Modular Cleanroom Wall Systems
As for filtration systems, modular cleanrooms often use HEPA and ULPA . These filters can remove up to 99.9% of the particulates in the air using various airflow techniques. Panel Built places the cleanroom area under positive pressure so contaminants cannot enter when a door is opened. To achieve higher level cleanrooms, anterooms may be required to create a bufferzone between a high level cleanroom and the normal outside air. Adding a cleanroom to your facility may seem complicated, trying to decipher the various cleanroom terminologies, components, and classifications. However, Panel Built can handle every step and help you through the entirety of the cleanroom process. For most applications, Panel Built's traditional wall system can be used to create the cleanroom envelope, meeting basic Class 10,000, and Class 100,000 cleanroom wall system needs. For higher level cleanroom systems, Panel Built can adapt our wall system to higher level classifications.