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California - CSLB #730592B
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A cleanroom is a controlled environment where the concentration of airborne particles is maintained below a specified limit per cubic foot or cubic meter. To achieve this, the rooms are engineered with state-of-the-art ventilation and filtration systems in which each component is carefully selected and placed to ensure an airflow and air quality that is satisfactory for the intended use of the enclosure.


Allied Cleanrooms is an expert in the design, manufacturing, and installation of many types of cleanrooms. Below are some of the most common types of cleanroom projects we encounter.

Modular Cleanrooms


We specialize in the design, construction, and installation of modular clean rooms for any project in any industry, including aerospace, microelectronics, nutraceuticals and medical device manufacturing.

USP 797 Cleanrooms


USP 797 is a regulation document that outlines procedures and environmental criteria for compounded sterile preparations. It went into force on January 1, 2004. It outlines procedures and environmental requirements for compounded sterile preparations (CSPs).

cGMP Cleanrooms


cGMP stands for Current Good Manufacturing Practices. This standard dictates that certain manufacturers, pharmaceutical packagers, makers of medical devices, and certain food utilize equipment and technologies that are up-to-date with the most current GMP standards.

Softwall Cleanrooms


Soft wall cleanrooms are freestanding cleanrooms built with a steel or aluminum frame and ceiling grid. The walls of softwall cleanrooms are typically composed of vinyl non-outgassing panels and or curtains which can be customized depending on the needs of your cleanroom.


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