Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (November 5, 2013, 2013) – American Cleanroom Systems has been awarded a contract to build a suite of class 100 (ISO5) cleanrooms by the US Food and Drug Administration and for the FDA Winchester Engineering and Analytical Center (WEAC).
The FDA Winchester Engineering and Analytical Center (WEAC) facility located in Winchester MA requires the new cleanrooms to provide space for sterility testing and analysis of medical devices, such as surgical instruments, gloves, and syringes. The sterility of drugs is also analyzed.
The cleanroom suite was designed by American Cleanroom Systems using green design principles. It will incorporate state of the art cleanroom technology such as the American Cleanroom Systems proprietary wash-down wall system and energy saving features such as the patent pending American Cleanroom System ACS2000 cleanroom power saver and monitoring system, LED lighting, and Envirco LEDC MAC10 HEPA fan filter units.
“American Cleanroom Systems was chosen from a select group of competitors for this highly prestigious project“ said Charlie Castaneda, American Cleanroom Systems VP of Operations. “ We felt this was largely due to our unique and creative approach to the demanding FDA requirements.”
About American Cleanroom Systems
American Cleanroom Systems builds custom ISO4-8 class modular and standard construction cleanrooms for the pharmaceutical, medical device, and electronics industry. Its prestigious customer list includes Allergan, Medtronic, Regeneron, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Trumpf Photonics, US Navy, NIST, and Northrop Grumman. American Cleanroom Systems has built more than 500 cleanrooms in past 30 years and is known for its expertise in cleanroom design, manufacturing and construction. For more information call Anthony Chien at 949-589-5656 or visit our website www.americancleanrooms.com.