Biology Cleanrooms

If biological processes form part of your business operations, a personalised cleanroom can be highly beneficial. At Total Clean Air, we specialise in delivering unique quality cleanroom services that deliver fantastic results to different organisations across various niches, including those specialising in biology. By choosing our integrated cleanroom solutions, your company will have effective contamination control within its secured environments, resulting in more efficient processes and increased productivity.

Contact us today for a free site survey or to discuss your cleanroom needs.

Modular Cleanroom Benefits

  • Modular Construction
  • Quick Assembly Time
  • Versatility
  • Reconfiguration
  • Airflow Control
  • Inexpensive Modifications

Facility Design for a Biology Cleanroom

The design parameters that best support the critical processes undertaken in your cleanroom will be determined by your organisation’s needs, applicable regulations and standards. Said parameters will include temperature and humidity, which can be applied to enhance processes or/and comfort, according to your unique needs.

In certain circumstances, your secured environment’s cleanliness requirements can be attained with the aid of localised controls such as isolators, clean tents, glove boxes or isolators. Utilising any of these can help achieve unidirectional filtered airflow within a limited area.

Another factor which can help determine your cleanroom’s class of cleanliness is its airflow pattern and air change rate. Cleanrooms that feature non-unidirectional flow depend on air dilution. They may also utilise an airflow pattern that is generally ceiling to floor in order to continuously extricate particulates emanating from within the room.

Cleanroom Design, Build & Validation

  • Budgeting and planning
  • Engineering, design & layout
  • Airflow and filtration design
  • Construction and Installation
  • Full Certification of our product
  • Industry-specific equipment installation
  • Validation

Biology Cleanroom Design Guidelines for Superior Results

The facility layout of your biology cleanroom should support all processes that occur within its secure environment. A rectangular shape is commonly chosen, as it is easiest to accommodate. However, with our modular cleanroom, we can incorporate a cleanroom into your facility of any shape you desire. Regardless of the shape, we will not overlook airflow patterns.

The facility’s layout should also accommodate the easy movement of materials, equipment and personnel within the cleanroom, as well as entering and exiting. It should also facilitate the maintenance of pressure differentials, cleanliness class and temperature/humidity conditions.

The inclusion of an airlock or anteroom may be required to create a defined space between the cleanroom and a less clean or unrated area around or outside of it. The airlock will serve to preserve pressurisation differentials between areas that possess dissimilar cleanliness class.

Because of the airlock’s features, it can also serve as the gowning area or an equipment or material airlock. If a gowning room is situated in the airlock, it should contain a wall-mounted coat rack; a bench; full-length mirror installed near the door; bins for disposing contaminated items; and storage for packaged garments.

The biology cleanroom will also require windows, unless prohibited by protocol for security reasons. The installation of windows is recommended to facilitate safety and supervision. It will provide a clear view of ongoing operations within the secured environment and thus minimise the need for entry into the sensitive area by non-cleanroom personnel.

We recommend impact resistant glass or acrylic for biology cleanroom windows. They should be fully glazed and designed to eliminate any occurrence of ledges within the clean room.

The biology cleanroom can also feature a pass-through airlock for the transfer of small items from uncontrolled areas to the cleanroom.

Why choose our Modular Cleanrooms for your Biology Processes?

Over the years, modular cleanrooms have become a popular option over static cleanrooms, mostly because of their flexibility and other unique benefits.

If you are considering a modular cleanroom for your biology processes, we can provide one replete with the following benefits:

Quick Installation

Modular cleanrooms are especially popular because of how fast they can be installed. Installation is quick and easy, without compromising the quality of the secured environment. Depending on size or requested unique features, we can complete installation in a matter of hours or even a few days.

Low Running Costs

Installation of our modular cleanrooms causes minimal disruption to your workplace and processes. Furthermore, modular cleanrooms make for a cost effective option that’s not only less expensive to install, but also to run.

Easy to Maintain

Ease of maintenance is evident in easily replaceable parts, cost effectiveness and the adaptability of such a structure.

Contact Clean Air for Your Biology Cleanroom Project

At Total Clean Air, our priority is the success of your cleanroom project. We are ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, and OHSAS 18001:2007 accredited, which means our CTCB-i trained and qualified engineers are more than capable of helping you achieve best working conditions in your cleanroom.

Call us today to discuss your cleanroom project needs and we will immediately get to work improving your facility’s overall performance.

Phillip Godden

Phillip Godden is the Founder & Chief/Executive Officer at Total Clean Air.

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