Cleanroom

Cleanroom Fan Filter Units vs Air Handling Units

A cleanroom air handling unit (AHU) is a cornerstone of temperature, humidity, and pressurization within controlled environments. Today, modular fan filter units allow more adaptable configuration with simplified maintenance procedure. Both systems serve conditioned and filtered air throughout a cleanroom facility. 

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USP 800 cleanroom upgrades - ISO 5 with ISO 7 Buffer room

Upgrading a USP 797 Cleanroom to USP 800?

New USP guidelines may present challenges for compounding facilities. Some facilities need infrastructural and mechanical modifications for compliance. System evaluation includes duct systems, HEPA fan filters, differential pressure standards, air monitoring, and external air exhaust equipment.

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Cannabis Grow Room Design and Construction

How does a cleanroom adapt for a medical cannabis grow? It starts with specialized containment rooms, HVAC, air showers, clean surfaces, and contained lighting systems. Are cleanrooms an essential piece of achieving high quality, high yield medicinal products for licensed cannabis growers?

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Growing medical cannabis in cleanroom inspection

Cleanrooms for Medical Cannabis Grows – Deaths Linked to Contamination

The benefit of modular cannabis cleanrooms over traditionally fixed wall grow rooms is that the configurable partitions of modular cleanroom designs lower the cost of installation or re-configuration for changing regulations. Divider rooms total environmental control, larger yields, and improve regulatory compliance at various stages of the growing cycle.

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Softwall Cleanroom Curtains Project

Softwall cleanroom curtains, sometimes referred simply as “plastic strips” yield ISO Class 10,000 level particle control with minimal construction. This customer required a custom softwall installation that integrated into their existing building structure CleanPro to deliver a softwall cleanroom

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