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Save Costs and Hassles with Modular Cleanrooms

Modular cleanrooms provide many plusses when it comes to the design, installation, and even maintenance of cleanroom. Let’s explore how and why. First, when you’re renting a building, you don’t own it. And when you’re done with your lease, you have to return the building exactly as you received it — if not better. Renting, quite frankly, isn’t as good as owning.

But building a building “from scratch” isn’t easy. But what if the building is too small? Or what if the building is too big? What if there’s some kind of problem with the space, like not enough power or not enough room for a cleanroom? Designing a cleanroom can be very intimidating. So many companies fail to do so, so they “rent” rather than “own” and are never fully satisfied with their cleanrooms.Modular Cleanroom

Indeed, these are all common problems that can keep companies from moving into their dream office spaces. But modular clean rooms are changing that — and making it easier for companies to find exactly what they need. Modular clean rooms allow you to build your own custom – sized space and move it to any location.

You can disassemble and reassemble the room into smaller pieces, which makes moving them much easier than traditional construction methods. Modularity brings you the best of both worlds. The best of a custom application, and the best of modularity when it comes to speed and affordability.

Applications for Cleanrooms

A cleanroom is a regulated space that is designed to control contamination and aids in the removal of airborne particles. Cleanrooms are necessary for many industries where small particles can affect the manufacturing and quality of a product or assembly. Today, cleanrooms are usually found in industries such as pharmaceuticals, food, semiconductor, biotech, medical device, life sciences, optics, aerospace, automotive, and military facilities. There are many sources of contamination that need to be facilitated including environmental control and personnel control.

Cleanrooms can be filtered out by air handling units known as HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) that removes 99.99% of particles. Some cleanrooms are maintained by temperature to reduce microbial growth like viruses, spores, fungi, and bacteria. Humidity control can also affect the static, and growth of microbes.

Whatever you’re looking for when it comes to modular cleanrooms, give our team a call. We’re happy to discuss the project from design to build, to installation and even long-term maintenance and reliability issues. We’re a best-in-class cleanroom manufacturer right here in the United States of America.

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