A clean room is a room in which airborne particulates, contaminants, and pollutants are kept within strict limits. For example, in the electronics industry, clean rooms are used in the manufacturing of printed circuit boards, integrated circuits and PC hard drives. The purpose of the cleanroom is to control an environment by limiting the presence of micron and submicron particles and controlling environmental conditions such as temperature and humidity. The level to which the environment/particle count/air changes per hour is controlled and thus determines the cleanroom classification.
A modular cleanroom is a cleanroom built using prefabricated modular components then assembled on-site. Modular cleanrooms can be manufactured and installed 50% faster than stick built conventional construction cleanrooms. Unlike conventional construction cleanrooms, modular cleanrooms are easily modified, expanded, or relocated.
Stick built cleanrooms are built from scratch on site. All the different trades and materials result in a more time-consuming and dirty installation process.
Softwall cleanroom is a cleanroom created by hanging clear vinyl curtains on an aluminum frame to create walls. It can be mounted on casters to be easily relocated. Softwall cleanrooms can only be one pass.
American Cleanroom Systems is a design build modular cleanroom manufacturer based in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA. Founded in 1976, we are the experts in ISO-5 thru ISO-8 (class 100 to class 100k) modular cleanrooms for pharmaceutical cleanrooms, medical device cleanrooms, and industrial cleanrooms.
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