E-liquid Cleanrooms

E-liquids Cleanrooms are controlled spaces designed to keep out air contaminants of a certain level. A Cleanroom is a requirement in many industries such as science and technology, food production, E-liquids, and healthcare facilities to reduce contamination from unfiltered air.

Example of such pollutants that can be harmful to research and production include aerosol particles, chemical vapours, microorganisms, and fibrous materials and so many others. Our E-liquids Modular Cleanrooms are built to comply with the international organisation for standardisation (ISO) 14644-1: 2015.

E-liquids Modular Cleanrooms that fall within the standard of the ISO 14644-1:2015 are differentiated by classifications of class 1-9. The class of each Cleanrooms can change depending on prevalence and size of air contaminants in the cleanroom. A Cleanroom with the greatest classification (class 1) will be tested for the smallest particulate sizes and lowest frequency whereas the minimum classification of Cleanroom (Class 9) will have a much higher frequency and larger sized range of air particulates entering the clean air space.

The use of particle counters is employed to test E-liquids Modular Cleanrooms for classification where the environment is measured by Particles Per Cubic Metre (PPCMM). For ISO Class 9 Cleanrooms, the removal of air pollutants of sizes >5 microns are analysed for in an environment that is typically equivalent to the air of suburbs.

With Class 1 Cleanrooms, the removal of much smaller air contaminants of sizes >0.1 and >0.2 microns are accounted for, which makes the enclosed air space cleaner than other classes. This is an example of the requirement in using particle counters.

Class 7 E-liquids Modular Cleanrooms go through valuations that check for an air particulate size of >0.5 microns and a particulate count that shouldn’t exceed 352,000. The E-liquids Cleanroom will have to be modified and re-evaluated if it goes over the required particle count and size to qualify for the classification.

Contamination-free manufacturing

The amount and sizes of air particulates maintained in E-liquids Modular Cleanrooms are achieved through the use of HEPA/ULPA filtering technology. These filters are scientifically proven to reduce the size and quantity of air particulates entering a cleanroom. Contaminated air goes through Filter Fan Units (FFUs), ensuring there’s positive pressure in the Cleanroom. The positive pressure is responsible for sustaining the state of clean air that prevents the backflow of polluted air into the Cleanroom via exhaust openings.

The type of E-liquids Cleanroom aforementioned assures that only air that has passed through the filtration unit enters the internal area allowing for contamination-free production.

Modular Cleanroom Benefits

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

Deploying a E-liquids cleanroom solution is the first stage of producing a clean environment for production and it substantially lessens the risk of product contamination. Putting clean air policies in place that will ensure particulates are not brought in by personnel working in the cleanroom is the next step in developing a clean production environment. Cleanroom clothing like gowning, hair nets, and overshoes can go a long way in helping to avoid the introduction of pollutants by personnel. This move will see to it that certain numbers of contaminants like dust and fibres do not enter the cleanroom and disrupt research/production. Operators of E-liquids Cleanrooms must be adequately trained on contamination reduction processes to keep the Cleanroom safe from contamination.

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

The Pharmaceuticals industry and TCA

TCA is devoted to delivering first-rate E-liquids Modular Cleanrooms by utilising our accumulated experience and excellent proficiency. Our E-liquids Modular Cleanrooms have an outstanding history of build quality, durability and reliability. Every project delivered by us at TCA goes through strict supervision from planning to validation in order to ensure our customers are satisfied. We deliver outstanding cleanroom solutions that can compete at the highest level because we are in control of our design and installation processes.

From Engineering Grade aluminium and Ultra quiet high-efficiency Fan Filter Units to system monitoring and ultra-bright LED panelling, TCA finds fulfilment in offering the best and latest technology to help see your production grow. We are so confident in our ability to provide a long lasting and quality product that all of our E-liquids Modular Cleanrooms receive a five-year warranty.

Industry criteria

The use of Cleanrooms is critical for industries that depend on contamination-free production.

The use of air filtration in keeping out a certain number of air particulates makes the Cleanroom vital for maintaining a clean air space. Cleanrooms are used in the production of medical devices, semiconductors, food products, electronics and a lot more.

We’re always dedicated to make sure you invest in the Cleanroom that is most effective for your production or research purposes. If you are unsure of the standard of E-liquids Cleanroom required for your industry we can guide you in the right direction.

Our E-liquids Modular Cleanrooms are built to comply to the international organisation for standardisation (ISO) 14644-1: 2015. These ISO 14644-1:2015 compliant Cleanrooms vary in classification between ISO 1 and 9. The classification of a Cleanroom changes dependent on the size and prevalence of the air particulate in the cleanroom. ISO 1 Cleanrooms, which are the highest classification, are valued based on having the least number and sizes of particulates while the lowest class (ISO 9), will be evaluated based on the larger quantities and a higher presence of air particulates in the enclosed space.

The Cleanroom validation test method in which these Cleanrooms are classified is by use of particle counters, measuring the Particles Per Cubic Metre (PPCM). Every particle counter determines the size and quantity of air particulates. The PPCM of an ISO class 9 Cleanroom is equivalent to atmospheric air with the removal of much larger particles (>5 microns) being tested for whereas an ISO Class 1 will focus on much smaller air particulates (>0.1 microns and >0.2 microns) resulting in a much cleaner air zone.

Containment solutions

Containment solutions are ideal in cases where you have hazardous materials that need to be prevented from making it to the outside air from the cleanroom. These systems can be installed in a modular cleanroom, giving it the capability to shut in harmful substances coming from entering the external environment with filters like the HEPA, ULPA, or Carbon filters while keeping the internal area environment protected from unfiltered air particulates. We are experts at delivering reliable containment solutions that will see your cleanrooms handle dangerous substances to prevent them from contaminating the external environment so that you can fall in line with industry regulations.

Containment solutions can differ due to the fact that hazardous materials are different from each other based on quantity and use of each cleanroom. This indicates that containment level can vary from customer to customer. Our experts will collaborate with you to ensure you get a solution that’s right for you.

Airflow and Filtration

Our Cleanrooms are designed to be compliant to the specified ISO 14644-1:2015 grading. With this in mind, we take into consideration the level of air filtration required and the end function of the cleanroom. The level of air filtration required is determined by the air changes per hour (ACH), this determines how many Filter Fan Units are to be used in the cleanroom. What we also determine by the strategic positioning of the FFUs and exhausts is the flow of air around the cleanroom. This can mean the difference between a uni-directional (laminar flow) and a non-unidirectional (turbulent flow) airflow around a cleanroom, potentially leading to a contaminated product. With this in mind, we can greatly increase the number of ACH and control the air flow within the cleanroom.

Filtration of air is controlled by our ultra-quiet, high-efficiency filtration modules. These filtration modules automatically compensate for a build-up of dust and other materials that occur over time within a HEPA/ULPA filter increasing the fan speed to reach the set flow rate. This increases the life of the filter, reducing cost overtime for the end user.

Cleanrooms Customised to Your Needs

At TCA there is no such thing as a standard modular cleanroom. Each Cleanroom we design is made to fit your unique work conditions and is designed with your needs in mind. We make each modular Cleanroom to order and make you part of the design process.

With TCA you have the option of doing almost anything with a cleanroom design. This means that your Cleanroom can be many shapes and sizes fitting the most obscure of rooms and can have a range of finishes. We have yet to find a design that we could not accommodate.

Our customisable options mean that all components of the Cleanroom such as doors, windows, lighting, ceilings and filtrations can be altered to better suit your needs. You also have the option of installing furniture, air showers, pass through chambers, fire suppression, air-conditioning and much, much more. We pride ourselves in being able to meet design requests however unique in shape and size they may be.

Phillip Godden

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

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