A hybrid cleanroom combines existing stick built (standard construction) with modular construction.
Hybrid cleanrooms can be cost on lower class ISO-7 (class 10k) or ISO-8 (class 100k) cleanrooms by using existing walls.
Hybrid cleanrooms can be installed in some locations that have too low existing ceiling height for a modular cleanroom.
Hybrid cleanrooms typically use ducting for air flow to HEPA fan filter units, mixing boxes and return air chases. This additional hardware raises the cost so hybrid cleanrooms are typically only used for ISO7 and ISO8 cleanrooms that have fewer HEPA fan filter units.
Hybrid cleanrooms are not as easily modified as some walls are not modular.
Modular cleanrooms are easy to upgrade to higher cleanroom classification since they have plenum to distribute air. Hybrid cleanrooms require additional ducting to add HEPA fan filter units.
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