In certain industries testing and manufacturing environments must be free of particles or contaminants and so a cleanroom is employed to facilitate a clean environment. Measured in particles per cubic meter (PPC) with a focus on particulate size, University cleanroom cleanrooms are able to control the level of particle contamination within the given space. As example, ISO 9 cleanrooms are the lowest level of “clean” at 35,000,000 PPC, or about that of a standard urban setting. Industries from electronic engineering to pharmaceuticals depend on modular cleanrooms to maintain a stable environment in which manufacturing and testing could be compromised by even the smallest particles. For University cleanroom, it is crucial for modular cleanrooms to meet the needs of such a growing and complex industry by reducing particulate contamination. HEPA filters are installed within all modular cleanrooms to ensure the air being circulated into the space is pollutant and contaminant free. ULPA filters are another option available for modular cleanrooms and filter out particulate even smaller than 0.3 microns offering quantifiable reduction beyond 0.12µm
CLEANROOMS AND University cleanroom PERSONNEL
University cleanroom personnel undergo courses in contamination control when they are selected to working within a portable cleanroom environment. In order to keep a University cleanroom cleanroom ‘clean,’ airlocks are used on all doors in and out of the cleanroom, and special clothing and gowning / de-gowning procedures are in place to ensure contamination is minimal. Depending on the task at hand and the ISO grade of the cleanroom, University cleanroom personnel may be required to dress in anything from standard lab coats and hair nets to fully enclosed suits with its own breathing apparatus. Face masks, aprons, gowns, gloves, shoes or boots, frocks, hoods, bouffant caps, and shoe covers are all the fairly standard clothing items that might be required in a cleanroom. University cleanroom personnel will dress in accordance with the modular cleanroom’s ISO grade, as well as appropriately for whatever task is carried out within the cleanroom.
OUR CLEANROOM PROCESS
- Budgeting and planning
- Engineering, design & layout
- Airflow and filtration design
- Construction and Installation
- Full Certification of our product
- Industry specific equipment installation
- 10 year guarantee
- World class service
University cleanroom INDUSTRY AND WESTBURY CLEANROOMS
Westbury Cleanrooms has over thirty years of experience in developing and installing modular cleanrooms for the University cleanroom industry, with several hundreds of years of experience to be had between our designers and engineers. Our modular cleanrooms have a proven record of reliability, quality, and industry experience. Westbury is committed to offering the highest quality cleanrooms at affordable prices, which is why we manage the entire project in house, from designing your cleanroom to installing it on location. From LED integrated lights and system monitoring to ultra-quiet fans and engineering grade aluminium, Westbury Cleanrooms takes pride in using the latest in cleanroom advancements and technology. Westbury Cleanrooms believes in its products so much they come with a ten year guarantee. You will simply find no better alternative for University cleanroom cleanrooms!