Cleanroom technology refers to the requirements placed on products and processes in cleanrooms as well as the technological progress which makes cleanroom solutions accessible. Cleanroom technology also involves standard values for air quality.
Many industries manufacture their products under cleanroom conditions, therefore, it is important that the technical solutions in cleanroom technology are always adapted to new processes.
At Total Clean Air, your contamination control requirements are our priority. Cleanroom technologies such as CFD airflow modelling and point cloud surveys are just some of the tools we use to plan and ensure performance with accuracy. By collaborating with us during the design phase, our team of specialists can offer you the best combination of parameters to guarantee best results and optimal security.
Modular Cleanroom Benefits
- Modular Construction
- Quick Assembly Time
- Airflow Control
- Inexpensive Modifications
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
Modular Cleanroom Services
- Design & Build
- Free Site Survey
- Free Design Service
- Cleanroom Planning
- Construction and Installation
- CNC Engineered
- Training & Support
- Discounted Service Contracts
- Remedial Works
- Panel Repairs
- BMS Management
- Cleanroom Certification
- Differential Pressure Qualification
- Servicing Testing Validation
- Smoke Testing
- DOP Testing
- Metal ions
- Perfume molecules
- Molecular contaminations
Advancements in Cleanroom Technology
Cleanroom technology became relevant in the 1960s but advancements in cleanroom technology began in the 1980s. Advancements in cleanroom technology are available to reduce contamination risks and improve process control in an active cleanroom environment. These innovations include advancements in cleaning, disinfection and personnel gowning. The driving forces for such technological changes centre on saving time, lowering costs and reducing contamination risks.
The major advancements in cleanroom technology includes:
- ISO 4-9
- ISO 14644
- Low Power Consumption
- Environmentally Friendly
- HEPA Filters
- Air Filtration
- Fan Filter Units
- Cleanroom Ceiling System
- Temperature Control
- Access Control
- Inter Lock Door Systems
- Air Showers
- Unidirectional Airflow
- Desiccator Cabinets
- Horizontal Flow Wall Modules
- Horizontal Laminar Flow Clean Benches
- Laminar flow cabinets
- Laminar Flow Canopy
Reducing human intervention
The air around us is filled with microbes, organisms, dust, pollen, and other particles that can contaminate the environment and people. Introducing foreign objects into specialised environments can damage equipment, skew data, and even risk lives.
By reducing human intervention as much as possible, contamination threats and human errors are reduced which ultimately optimise your process. Using cleanroom technology, organisations can monitor and control compliance in multiple locations using global regulatory standards.
Air flow is an essential component of a functioning modern cleanroom. By forcing air through a series of filtration systems, cleanrooms are kept much safer from airborne contamination versus that of a natural environment.
In industrial and manufacturing settings, toxic industrial compounds are often introduced into the air and must be eliminated. HEPA and ULPA filters are commonly used today, but research is ongoing to seek out new materials with more integrated nanostructures to absorb these toxic compounds.
Cleanrooms are not 100 percent efficient and take time to remove contaminants that may be present. With nanoparticle filtering, this process becomes much faster and more efficient.
From NASA to universities and hospitals around the world, cleanroom technology strives to provide lighter, more durable clothing with better designs to provide long-lasting protection. Fabrics that last longer and need to be replaced less often create a better ROI for everyone involved.
Also, synthetic textiles and designs that can protect workers in a wide range of environments provide a cleaner working environment where bodily fluids, dangerous chemicals, flames and microorganisms cannot threaten the health of cleanroom personnel.
Upgraded clothing being worn by personnel who access cleanrooms will lead to an overall increase in cleanroom functionality.
Total Clean Air for a Guaranteed Secure Environment for Your Critical Processes
At Total Clean Air, our services are ISO 14001, ISO 9001 and OHSAS 18001 accredited. Upon your request, our experienced CTCB certified engineers can provide outstanding cleanroom technology and ISO classified controlled environments to your UK facility irrespective of the industry.
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