MODULAR CLEAN ROOM
A modular cleanroom is a freestanding structure that transforms an existing facility into a clean space that is graded. As it can easily be expanded or moved to respond to a shift in demand, it is a completely flexible solution. The modular nature of the design means that it is possible to build a modular clean room of any size - from only a few square metres to hundreds of square metres. It can be installed in and around existing machinery as well. To achieve ISO-classified, ultra-clean environments, they can withstand the high volume of airflow required.
In manufacturing and examination facilities, portable clean rooms (or "clean rooms") are most commonly used. Thanks to their robustness and installation ease, they are found to be useful every day in other modern and fast-growing industries. The use of a modular clean-room may greatly benefit industries or applications where minute particles can have an adverse impact on manufacturing or development or on packaging processes.
A cleanroom is defined by proper definition as a regulated environment with a decreased amount of contaminants such as particles of aerosol, airborne bacteria, dust, and chemical vapours.
MODULAR CLEAN ROOM TYPES
PVC SOFTWARE PANEL
These offer a long-lasting and outstanding barrier to the unregulated atmosphere outside the cleanroom as well as brilliant resistance to solvents and fluids. During use, the main benefit is that when exiting or entering the cleanroom, only a small opening is made. It is also possible to use Softwall panels as full Softwall cleanrooms or as an entrance for Hardwall cleanrooms. Softwall panels are often used to internally separate the modular cleanroom.
CLEAR RIGID PETg HARDWALL
This is built from PETg with a durable and high degree of fluid and solvent resistance and, due to its clarity, provides brilliant visibility. This enables findings from outside the cleanroom to be conducted. All panels may be branded by the company, provided that they are provided before installation and are used for external walls or viewing panels, and possibly for internal divisions.
The ceiling and wall panel system has an advantage in that their personalised modular cleanroom range has an additional structural option. During the preparation of cleanroom solutions, the panel system is an off-site pre-constructed solution that offers an improved degree of customer preference. The panel system offers strong joint lines for fully tinted finishes to ensure a structure that can be tailored to include all clean room components, including transfer hatches, steel-skinned doors, windows, etc.
MODULAR CLEAN ROOM DESIGNS
The cleanroom style and design is largely dependent on the manufacturing specifications and the standards that need to be met and maintained. At a very early point, the cleanroom design and specification of parts, surface finishes and materials is done and can be done in collaboration with a supplier such as Cleanroom-Solutions. In accordance with the detailed design, the cleanroom construction then consists of the manufacturing, assembly and commissioning of these components.
The designs are grouped into different classifications which include:
The mono-block system may consist of two metal wall or ceiling sheets that are machined to tight tolerances and then powder-coated and handled in compliance with the specifications of the cleanroom design. For pharmaceutical cleanrooms, heavy duty construction and often for fixed configurations of different rooms, these types of cleanroom walls are often used.
Modular wall structure: This is a single walled system framed by a shell or double shell. Modular structures made of glassware, aluminium or other panel types are often suitable for semiconductor applications. The main benefit of modular cleanrooms is that they can be easily adapted to any configuration or adjust the requirements of production.
The advantages of mono-block schemes include:
In high-end clean-rooms, they are used
Manufactured from robust structures
They have insulation features
They have smooth surfaces and flush joints they can have
The benefits of modular schemes include:
The manufacturing cost is relatively low.
In high cleanroom categories, they are used
They are modular and thus, easy to modify according to production demands.
The panel should incorporate horizontal pipes