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Static Dissipative Cleanrooms

interior class 100 static dissipative cleanroom, amber light, raised cleanroom flooring, motorized cleanroom swing doors

American Cleanroom Systems® Static Dissipative Walls

  • Conductive painted aluminum modular walls
  • Conductive stainless steel modular walls
  • Static dissipative vinyl soft walls

American Cleanroom Systems® Static Dissipative Flooring

  • Static dissipative vinyl floor tiles with copper conducting bars
  • Static dissipative heat welded vinyl with copper conducting bars
  • Static dissipative epoxy
  • Raised flooring with static dissipative vinyl
view into modular cleanroom thru windows, blue heat welded vinyl cleanroom flooring, low wall cleanroom air returns


  • HEPA fan filter unit

Active Anti-static

  • Ion bars

FAQs About Static Dissipative Cleanrooms

Q: What is a static dissipative cleanroom?

A: A static dissipative cleanroom is a cleanroom with special static dissipative cleanroom flooring, special static dissipative cleanroom walls, and humidity control to reduce static in the cleanroom.

Q: Where does the static come from in a cleanroom?

A: As the air passes thru the HEPA filtration at high velocity and multiple times per hour the friction can create excessive static in air and static buildup on equipment and walls.

Q: What type of cleanroom personal equipment do workers wear in static dissipative cleanroom?

A: Grounding wrist guards and grounding cleanroom booties are typical inside a static dissipative cleanroom.

Q: What kind of cleanroom flooring is used in a static dissipative cleanroom?

A: Static dissipative heat welded vinyl, static dissipative vinyl tiles, and static dissipative epoxy coating are popular choices for static dissipative cleanrooms. Copper conducting strips are laid under the vinyl flooring and connected to cleanroom ground.

Q: What kind of walls are used in static dissipative cleanrooms?

A: Special static dissipative paint is used on aluminum skins of the modular cleanroom walls in static dissipative cleanrooms.

Q: What kind of equipment can be added to a cleanroom to reduce static?

A: Free standing or ceiling mounted de-ionizers are often used in static dissipative cleanrooms to control static buildup.

Q: Why is humidity control important in static dissipative cleanrooms?

A: Keeping humidity over 50% is a good method to reduce static buildup in a cleanroom.

Q: Why do pharmaceutical and medical device cleanroom operators care about static?

A: As pharmaceutical and medical device cleanrooms go to ISO-5 and better, operators worry more about super small particles (0.3 micron). The super small particles get stuck on objects due to static and are very difficult to remove.

Q: Why do semiconductor cleanroom operators care about static?

A: Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) can fatally damage fine lithography semiconductor circuits. Static buildup is the cause of the ESD.

Q: Why do electronics manufacturers care about static in their cleanrooms?

A: Even larger electronics circuits like PCBs are susceptible to ESD damage. Controlling static in electronics manufacturing and testing cleanrooms can reduce the chance of ESD damage.

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