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Modular Cleanroom Construction:
Quicker Construction, Lower Coat, Less Particulate

   The construction of todays high value cleanroom environments depends heavily on modular construction methods and systems to guarantee a   cleanroom construction free from large gap tolerances, fine particulate entrapment and highly porous finishing methods.

   Site fabricated construction of cleanroom environments allows for too slow a process with the clean build construction protocols that must be practiced when constructing cleanroom environments in either new or operational facilities.
      
   Minimizing on site fabrication and finishing stages is the ultimate key to mitigating particulate entrapment in closed construction systems that can lead to excessive particulate counts during final or future certifications of cleanliness classifications.

  Low porosity finishes and textures assist in controlling viable and non viable particulate entrapment and bioburden build up while minimizing the maintenance requirements to do so. Tight gap tolerances on connecting systems minimize pressurization loss and particulate intrusion from ambient surrounding environments.           
 
   Available in all required ISO 14644 cleanliness classifications, and fully compliant with FDA, cGMP, CFR, and USP 797 regulations, prefabricated and prefinished modular cleanroom construction systems and methods are now the first choice of modern cleanroom construction.       
 


 

Modular Construction for Cleanrooms:

   Modular cleanroom systems and construction methods greatly improve on conventional construction methods when applied to cleanroom construction. Off site fabrication and finishing of cleanroom components and assemblies leads to quicker, cleaner, less costly modular cleanroom construction.

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Clean Build Low Particulate Construction Protocols assure low particulate construction in new or existing facilities mitigating any particulate entrapment in closed work.

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Quicker Fast Track Construction Scheduling Compression
results in abbreviated construction scheduling, lower construction cost, and higher return on investment(ROI). 


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Zero Out Gassing during Construction Processes resulting from prefabricated and prefinished modular cleanroom components. 

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Low Porosity Factory Applied Finishes and Features minimize particulate entrapment or bioburden build up in finished surfaces and connecting channels gap tolerances. 

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Consistent Hi Quality Finishes and Features result in hi quality cleanroom build outs with consistent hi quality finishes and features throughout the entire assembly. 



Modular Cleanroom Construction Systems:

   Modular cleanroom systems and features are numerous and varied to meet specific cleanroom construction and process  requirements whether it be for sterility, static,  antimicrobial, new construction or renovation of existing facilities.

Finishes,

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   Stainless Steel, 304 stainless steel ceiling and wall panels are a requirement for biotechnology cleanroom areas where processing and decontamination protocols may call for high pressure steam cleaning and disinfecting procedures.

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   Steel, baked on enamel or powdercoated epoxy, offers low porosity finishes for easily cleanable wall and ceiling surfaces. Steel is highly resistant to cleaning agents, impact, and scuffing. Requires edge treatment during installation to avoid corrosion.

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   Aluminum, baked on enamel or powdercoated epoxy, offers low porosity finishes for easily cleanable wall and ceiling surfaces. Aluminum is highly resistant to corrosion, cleaning agents, impact, and scuffing. Most common finish utilized for cleanroom construction.

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   Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics(FRP), smooth faced, color impregnated, highly resistant to chemical staining, and discoloration. Naturally resistant to microbial growth, contamination from bacteria or fungus. Highly impact resistant due to flexibility.

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   High Pressure Laminates, hard, durable, low porosity finishes highly resistant to chemical stain, cleaning agents,  impact and scratching. Available in a multitude of abstract shades and colors for glare reduction or aesthetic design.

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   uPVC Anti-microbial surfaces, coves and chemically cold-welded seams offer seamless construction to minimize gaps and crevices which may harbor bioburden of cleaning agents. Also allows construction of flush coved surfaces and corners.   

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   Full Height Glass, Plexiglas, frameless or aluminum framed, tempered or laminated, is being utilizes for ne trends in clear view cleanroom construction to allow visitors and process inspectors high visibility without requiring gowning or entry into the cleanroom environment.      



Self Supporting Cores:
quality-engineered-structures-203.jpg Commercial Grade Aluminum Honeycomb is a lightweight core material offering excellent strength and corrosion resistance for industrial applications at low cost. Corrosion, flame, moisture, bacterial, resistant with low eight and high strength features.
quality-engineered-structures-204.jpg Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) Foam, sustainable product that is recyclable and environmentally sound. The lifecycle of EPS has been studied, documented and proven to leave a smaller footprint on our planet than comparable materials.
quality-engineered-structures-205.jpg PolyIsocyanurate Foam-Core Panels, higher insulation values than expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam, higher impact resistance, impermeable to moisture. Meets the latest environmental regulations for using chemicals that do not harm the protective ozone layer in the earth’s atmosphere.
quality-engineered-structures-206.jpg Kraft Honeycomb, manufactured from impregnated Kraft cellulose fiber, and consists of a series of corrugated ribbons which, when nested together, form hexagonal cells and can be manufactured in various sizes and lengths.



Additional Modular Cleanroom Information:

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Modular Construction Advantages for Cleanrooms:

quality-engineered-structures-171.jpg Reduced Architectural and Engineering Cost, manufacturer generated shop drawings, details, and optional engineering calculations greatly reduce architectural and engineering cost associated with designing and engineering from scratch.
quality-engineered-structures-178.jpg CleanBuild Construction, pre-fabricated and pre-finished modular components minimize field cuts and fitting reduces the construction generated particulates, waste, and debris normally associated with conventional site fabrication construction. 
quality-engineered-structures-172.jpg Reduced Construction Scheduling, quicker off site fabrication coupled with quicker on site installation with reduced labor allows for fast track construction scheduling compression of component fabrication and installation times. 20% to 40% construction scheduling reductions are possible.   
quality-engineered-structures-173.jpg Reduced Construction Cost, off site fabrication and finishing reduces on site construction supervision, labor, insurance cost while allowing quicker construction movement due to decongestion of the construction site. Future renovations proceed with less waste. 
quality-engineered-structures-174.jpg Reduced Utility Systems Cost, pre-wired modular power distribution and network communications systems offer high cost reduction when compared to conventional piping field installations of the same electrical components. Estimated at 40% savings over conventional installations. 
quality-engineered-structures-175.jpg Reduced VOC Emissions, Fully pre-finished components reduce VOC emissions within your facility and the environment due to off site application and collection technologies in manufacturing final finishing systems.
quality-engineered-structures-176.jpg Reduced Tax Liability, can be considered capital equipment instead of capital improvements; therefore, they can be depreciated at an accelerated rate of 7 years as equipment versus 32 years as a capital improvement.
quality-engineered-structures-177.jpg Reduced Maintenance Cost, antifungal and antimicrobial components reduce the daily maintenance and cleaning requirements with more durable powdercoated, laminated finishes increasing life cycle time of the product.
quality-engineered-structures-179.jpg Consistent Fit and Finish, high speed manufacturing systems with quality assurance checkpoints assure consistent fit and finish of all components resulting in higher quality fit and finish than can be replicated with on site fabrication and finishing.

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