Chemical Equipment

Depending on your cleanroom’s purpose, it could be required for various operations that utilise a range of chemicals. To ensure the safety of your employees and cleanroom in general – as well as to achieve the desired results from the use of chemicals – it’s essential that the right chemical equipment is implemented in your controlled environment. Total Clean Air can provide all the chemical equipment you need to satisfy the unique needs of your cleanroom. This includes equipment for storage, handling, mixing, evaluating, and so on.

You can order equipment in whatever quantity you require. We always provide ultimate satisfaction by sourcing products from market leading brands with a reputation for superior quality. All of this and more will be delivered at competitive prices. If uncertain with regards the type or amount of chemical equipment needed by your facility, our experts are available to provide a free site survey and professional consultation at your convenience. This will help you make a well-informed decision concerning the equipment needed to optimise and guarantee the safety of your critical processes.

Modular Cleanroom Benefits

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

Cleanroom area for chemical methods

There are a wide variety of chemicals used in cleanrooms. Depending on which is more commonly utilised in your cleanroom, you’ll need the secured environment optimised for safety purposes, as well as to comply with industry and international standards.

Chemical contamination typically occurs when unwanted chemicals are mixed or spilt, thus contaminating equipment, personnel or air in the cleanroom.

Due to the sensitive nature of activities across many industries, even the slightest chemical contamination can be costly in terms of yield and performance; it can even prove to be very dangerous. For instance, chemicals that find their way into the water used for critical processes or vapour from the chemicals that compromises the air in the cleanroom.

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

To prevent such mishaps, you’ll need specialised chemical equipment for handling, storage, monitoring, and so on. Cleanroom areas designed for chemical methods are typically used for the synthesis and characterisation of particles and surfaces. They are commonly assigned an ISO 7 cleanroom classification and capable of fulfilling the following processes:

  • Nanosynthesis of films and particles: this involves wet chemical methods, which make use of dip/spin coaters, microwave ovens, and so on. It could also involve hydrothermal synthesis, using autoclaves and high temperature ovens. Centrifuges and ultrasonic disintegraters may be applied towards nanoparticle/structure separation.
  • Nanoscale characterisation: this can involve Atomic Force Microscope in liquid or air, Particle Size Analysis, a Scanning Electrochemical Microscope, Nanosight, and so on.
  • Additional facilities can include benches, hoods, LAF benches, and other personal work places. Access to glove boxes should also be readily available.

General laboratory equipment

The specific chemical equipment needed in a cleanroom will likely vary between organisations, based on their specific processes and needs. For instance, there may be a need for standard bulk chemicals and consumables or specialised chemicals/consumables.

Regardless the scenario, the following chemical equipment is typically needed:

Chemical Resistant Gloves
These are usually long length to protect against splashes and similar accidents. They are also resistant to (and protect against) harsh solvents, chemicals, and gases. The glove can be Polyethylene (PE), Neoprene, or Polyethylene Vinyl Alcohol chemical resistant.

The Acid Resistant EVOH (Polyethylene Vinyl Alcohol) glove is resistant to chemicals and can withstand more than 280 types of chemicals, especially hydrocarbons, chlorinated solvents, ketones, and a variety of mixtures. It is capable of excellent resistance to both gases and solvents, because of its five-layer laminate that combines a layer of polyethylene vinyl alcohol between polyethylene layers.

Gloves of Neoprene and Rubber Blends are also resistant to harsh chemicals and solvents, but generally less expensive. They also offer protection against a wide range of chemicals and are fairly dexterous.

Chemical Splash Goggle
These protect the eyes from splash or spill accidents and can feature indirect venting, clear anti-fog lens, as well as durable polycarbonate lens. We can provide the most suitable version that fits over most prescription eyewear.
Chemical Storage Cabinets
We can provide safety cabinets that are specifically designed to safely store acids and a variety of other chemicals. The cabinets we have in stock all satisfy OSHA regulations and have undergone rigorous third party testing.
PVC Aprons
These aprons provide added protection through heavy duty material that’s 20 millimetres thick. It delivers greater protection against chemicals and abrasion.

Contact Total Clean Air for Your Cleanroom Chemical Equipment

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 order chemical equipment to boost your facility’s safety and overall performance.

Phillip Godden

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

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