Complete clean room systems -

From planning and production to assembly and delivery

References

Video of a clean room assembly

Modular room-in-room Cleanroom inside a production hall in England

The Cleanroom has an ISO class 8 and is fully air-conditioned.

The customer produces medical products there using injection molding machines.

The Cleanroom ceiling and walls are attached to a steel substructure.
Inside the Cleanroom is a crane system, which is also attached to the steel substructure.

The supports of the Cleanroom structure are completely enclosed and also serve as return air shafts.

On the side of the Cleanroom, there is a platform outside to accommodate the air conditioning system. Here, the air is conditioned and passed to an air plenum.

This air plenum is located above the Cleanroom ceiling. In the air plenum, recirculated air mixes with the air coming from the air conditioning unit.

So-called fan filter units (FFU’s => air filter units) are installed in the Cleanroom ceiling, which then feed the air from the air plenum into the Cleanroom in a filtered state.

The position of the FFU’s can be freely selected in the Cleanroom ceiling and allows a flexible supply of air to the critical areas. At the same time, the number of FFU’s can be increased and the Cleanroom class improved via the resulting increased air exchange rate. This ventilation concept allows a high level of operational reliability. While the FFU’s constantly recirculate and filter air into the Cleanroom, the Cleanroom class can be maintained via the air exchange rate in the event of air conditioning failure.

This is not the case with Cleanrooms operated without FFU’s, with “only” an air conditioning system and terminal air filters.

Pharma project in Berlin

Room-in-room solution including air conditioning and media supply:

The customer requested the complete construction of a Cleanroom of classes D-B within a warehouse.

The walls and ceilings were built from so-called mono-block elements. These are assembled using the tongue and groove principle, fixed and then sealed with a joint compound suitable for cleanrooms.

The air conditioning system is located at the side of the Cleanroom and from there the room is supplied with air by means of insulated air ducts.
In the rooms, there are supply air filter boxes in the ceiling with a return air duct close to the floor.

Composite workshop, aircraft component maintenance, Qatar

The customer required a Cleanroom of classes ISO 8 and ISO 7 for the maintenance and repair of carbon fiber composite components (“Comoposites”) of large aircraft.

For this purpose, areas had to be created on approx. 1400m² and across 5 rooms in which, for example, entire wings or fuselage components can also be processed.

The roll-up doors are suitable for use in Cleanrooms and have a clear width of 7m.
The illumination level is 600 lux and the Cleanroom height is 3m.

The Ccleanroom is air-conditioned by a decentralized air-conditioning system in connection with an air plenum and fan-filter units (FFU => air-filter units) integrated in the Cleanroom ceiling. The air exchange volume is over 130,000m³/h.

Pharmaceutical production in Iran

The customer required pharmaceutical Cleanrooms of classes D to B for the filling and packaging of drugs.

The rooms were built in mono-block construction with ceiling-integrated air outlets and recirculation of the air close to the floor.

The pictures show the rooms still in completion and before final cleaning.

The transition of the walls to the floor was executed with a cove. For the floor, a welded PVC material was used in a dissipative quality.

Cleanroom for the production of electronic components in Ireland

Here, a Cleanroom of ISO class 7 with a size of 160m² was required, which was to be integrated into an existing building.

Since this was a temporary solution until the new building was completed, a completely modular design was chosen.

Due to the low height of the floor (3.2m), the first step was not to integrate fan filter units in the ceiling area in conjunction with an air plenum. Instead, textile air hoses were attached to the cleanroom ceiling (interior height = 2.8m), which were supplied by an air conditioning system located in the equipment room.

The media supply is provided via cable ducts mounted on the Cleanroom wall.

Construction of an ISO-5 class Cleanroom in Ireland

This modular Cleanroom was built for the Apple company, which was used for the final assembly of computer components.

In addition to the high Cleanroom class, a luminosity of 1000 lux in the work area was also desired.

It is about the integration of the Cleanroom into a dusty working hall.

The air conditioning system was placed on the ceiling of the Cleanroom in order to install the entire Cleanroom system in as little space as possible.

Construction of machine enclosures for the production of LCD screens, Taiwan

The customer wanted enclosures around the assembly line and robotics area with Fan Filter Units (FFU’s) that would allow for Class ISO 5.

All wall panels were to be removable for assembly line maintenance purposes.

The entire structures were built in stud-and-beam construction and all side panels were made of conductive Makrolon.

ISO-class 7 Cleanroom for a fully automated filling process

The customer wanted enclosures around the assembly line and robotics area with Fan Filter Units (FFU’s) that would allow for Class ISO 5.

All wall panels were to be removable for assembly line maintenance purposes.

The entire structures were built in stud-and-beam construction and all side panels were made of conductive Makrolon.

ISO-Class 6 Cleanroom for sterile packaging of medical implants

The customer wanted enclosures around the assembly line and robotics area with Fan Filter Units (FFU’s) that would allow for Class ISO 5.

All wall panels were to be removable for assembly line maintenance purposes.

The entire structures were built in stud-and-beam construction and all side panels were made of conductive Makrolon.