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Cleanroom Design, Construction & Installation

Our Cleanroom Design and Construction Services

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Let Us Build the Cleanroom You Need

Creating controlled environments that meet specific requirements is critical for industries such as research and medical device manufacturing. Cleanroom design is an essential aspect of achieving this.

Cleanroom requirements vary depending on the industry and application, and the experts at Cleanetics provide customized solutions that meet specific cleanroom classification needs. Our team has extensive experience working with clients in a variety of industries, providing the critical environments needed for their operations.

We are committed to offering unparalleled turnaround times, and we look forward to discussing how we can create a customized solution that meets your specific cleanroom needs and timeline.

Cleanroom Classification

Cleanrooms are designed to maintain a specific level of cleanliness and control over temperature, humidity, and other factors that can contribute to contamination.

Cleanroom design is a critical aspect of creating controlled environments that meet specific requirements for research, medical device manufacturing, and other industries. These specific requirements are categorized into cleanroom classifications, which are based on the level of cleanliness needed for the application. Cleanroom requirements vary depending on the industry and application, but typically include:

  • Humidity control
  • Noise levels
  • Supply air flows
  • HEPA filters
  • Support equipment
  • and more!

Our cleanroom design and construction experts provide customized solutions to meet your specific cleanroom needs. We understand that humidity and temperature control are critical factors in many applications, and we are well-versed in designing and installing systems that provide precise control over these parameters.

In addition, our team has extensive experience working with clients in research and medical device manufacturing industries to provide the critical environments needed for their operations. Whether you need a class 1000 cleanroom or a class 100 cleanroom, we have the expertise to design and install a space that meets your specific requirements.

With our support, you can be confident that your cleanroom will maintain the highest level of cleanliness and control to prevent contamination and ensure the success of your operations.

Clean Room Design Process

Designing clean rooms is a process that requires attention to detail and expertise in cleanroom construction. At Cleanetics, we follow a rigorous process to ensure that we meet the classification and cleanroom requirements for our clients.

Our process starts with an initial consultation where we understand your company's specific cleanroom needs, including:

  1. Identifying the best placement for the clean space in the facility or building.
  2. Selecting the correct classification to meet our client's needs.
  3. Determining the budget and cost of the cleanroom.

Once we have completed these initial steps, we begin designing the cleanroom layout. Our team works closely with you to ensure that the cleanroom design meets your requirements while also adhering to the classification of the cleanroom.

After the layout process is complete, we move on to building and testing the cleanrooms. Our team uses advanced techniques and equipment to ensure that the cleanrooms meet the required standards for cleanliness and control.

For professional cleanroom design and consulting services, choose Cleanetics.


What are Modular Cleanrooms?

A popular option for cleanroom installations is modular cleanrooms. These cleanrooms are prefabricated structures designed to provide controlled environments that meet specific cleanliness and environmental requirements.

These structures are made up of modular panels that can be easily assembled to create a customized cleanroom. The panels are typically made of the following easy-to-clean and low-maintenance materials:

  • Aluminum
  • Stainless Steel
  • Composite materials

Modular-type cleanrooms are a cost-effective alternative to traditional cleanroom construction, as they can be quickly installed and customized to meet the specific needs of a company. They offer a wide range of classifications, and they can be used in a variety of industries such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical device manufacturing, electronics, and aerospace. This type of cleanroom can also be easily relocated or expanded to accommodate changing needs.

Overall, modular cleanrooms are an excellent solution for companies that require controlled environments for their operations. They offer the benefits of traditional cleanrooms but with more flexibility, affordability, and ease of installation.


Cleanroom Construction & Installation

The cleanroom construction process involves several important steps to ensure that the final product meets the necessary standards for cleanliness and control. Here are the basic steps of our process for cleanroom construction:

  1. Initial Consultation: The first step in the process is an initial consultation between the company and the cleanroom construction team to identify the requirements and needs of the cleanroom project.
  2. Design and Planning: The second step involves the design and planning of the cleanroom, which includes determining the cleanroom classification, selecting the appropriate materials and systems, and developing a layout that meets the needs of the project.
  3. Building and Installation: The third step involves the actual building and installation of the cleanroom. This includes constructing walls, installing doors, windows, and ceilings, and installing HVAC systems, lighting, and other equipment.
  4. Testing and Certification: The fourth step is testing and certification, which involves testing the cleanroom to ensure that it meets the required standards for cleanliness and control. This includes thorough testing for airborne particles, temperature and humidity control, and pressure differentials.
  5. Training and Maintenance: The final step involves training the staff on how to use and maintain the cleanroom properly. This includes providing guidance on best practices for maintaining cleanliness and providing ongoing maintenance and support for the cleanroom to ensure it continues to function optimally.

Overall, the cleanroom construction process is complex and requires a high level of expertise in cleanroom construction. With careful planning and execution of each step, the final product can meet the specific needs of the company and provide a controlled environment that supports critical operations.

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Speak to a Cleanetics Professional Today

With our innovative cleanroom design, engineering, and construction expertise, Cleanetics is a leading provider in the industry. As we oversee the entire process from start to finish, we can offer unparalleled turnaround times compared to other manufacturers.

Whether you need pharmaceutical cleanrooms or clean spaces in your manufacturing facility, we are excited to discuss how we can create a customized solution that meets your specific needs and timeline. Contact a Cleanetics professional today to learn more.

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