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American Cleanroom Systems® Panel Facing Options

  • Vinyl faced gypsum board
  • Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP)
  • Melamine
  • .032 Aluminum
  • Static Dissipative Aluminum
  • Stainless Steel

American Cleanroom Systems® Panel Core Options

  • Honeycomb and Aluminum Honeycomb
  • Expanded Polystyrene (EPS)
  • Polyurethane

Window Panel

Glazed panels shall be factory assembled with tempered glass 44″ wide x 40″ high. Glazing is held in place by an extruded aluminum frame and gasket. Glazed panels are interchangeable with solid/door panels of like size.

  • Coved anodized aluminum frame for easy cleaning.

Glazing Options

  • Double/Triple glazed units
  • Plexiglas – Lexan
  • Safety Laminated – Tinted color
  • Wire reinforced – Laser films

Door Options

  • Double doors
  • Custom sizes
  • Door windows
  • Automatic door closers
  • Sliding doors
  • Kick plates
  • Automatic Sliding Doors
  • Interlock systems
  • Motorized Vinyl Rollup Doors

Door Panels

Doors are standard 3′-0″ x 6′-8″ x 1-3/4″ thick and furnished to match the panel. Doors are factory pre-hung in aluminum frames and installed in a standard panel. 4″ x 4″ hinges and lockset are standard.

Aluminum Framing

  • Posts have structural capabilities of supporting loads of up to 10,000 lbs. Standard posts serve channeled raceways for electrical, telephone, and computer wiring.
  • The unique design allows for removal of the panel without disassembling the adjoining panels.

Connecting Posts

All aluminum framing is 6063-T6 aluminum with a clear anodized finish or available with white paint baked enamel finish. Optional finishes are available.

Corner Posts

  • Proprietary coved corner for easy cleaning.

Electrical Outlets, Switches, Data Ports

  • UL Listed 20 Amp duplex outlets and switches.
  • All wiring is concealed in our aluminum connecting posts.
  • Data Ports are available upon request.
  • Switches, lights, and outlets can be wired to sub-panel for connection by others.
  • Ceiling outlets option.

FAQs About Cleanroom Wall Systems

Q: What Cleanroom Wall Systems Are Optimal for Pharmaceutical Cleanrooms?

A: FRP (fiber reinforced plastic) cleanroom wall systems give outstanding chemical resistance to the aggressive acid and base cleaning solutions used in pharmaceutical cleanrooms.

Q: What Wall Systems Are Optimal for Electronics and Semiconductor Cleanrooms?

A: Static Dissipative painted aluminum walls system with aluminum honeycomb core prevents ESD events that can damage electronic product. This is typically combined with static dissipative heat welded vinyl flooring.

Q: What Is a Good General Purpose Cleanroom Wall System?

A: Melamine or vinyl on a honeycomb core is a very economical yet effective cleanroom wall system. The melamine is water resistant and easily cleaned with two of the most common cleanroom cleaners: isopropyl alcohol impregnated tex-wipes or simple green cleaning solution.

Q: Why Are Cleanroom Connecting Posts and Other Hardware Anodized Aluminum?

A: Anodized aluminum provides excellent chemical resistance, good structural strength, and great durability. Unlike steel or painted metals, it typically will not corrode when exposed to water. Instead, anodized aluminum forms an aluminum oxide protective layer.

Q: Are Cleanroom Wall Insulated Panels Available?

A: American Cleanroom Systems modular wall system options include poly-urethane insulating foam core which meets building code fire/smoke requirement and provides excellent insulation.

Q: What Are High Security Cleanroom Wall Systems?

A: American Cleanroom Systems offers a “secure” modular wall system which can only be disassembled from inside the cleanroom. It also offers security door hinges and other special security door hardware.

Q: How Do You Install Electrical Outlets, Data-Ports, and Light Switches in a Cleanroom Wall System?

A: The American Cleanroom System modular wall system has electrical raceway(s) built into the aluminum connecting posts. Electrical outlets, data-ports, and light switches are built into the connecting posts of the modular cleanroom wall system.

Q: What Colors Are Available for Cleanroom Walls?

A: White is the most common color chosen by cleanroom customers. Black is often chosen by cleanroom users doing laser or other dark applications. American Cleanroom Systems has a wide variety of color panels available for your cleanroom project.

Q: Can I Use Glass or Plexiglass Walls in My Cleanroom?

A: American Cleanroom modular wall systems allows for floor to ceiling glass or plexiglass walls.

Q: How Do I Move Large Equipment Into My Cleanroom?

A: Our cleanroom modular wall panels can be temporarily removed to move large equipment into the cleanroom. Alternatively custom double doors or roll up doors offer economical options for bringing equipment into the cleanroom.

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