Monmouth Scientific’s range of larger Modular Cleanroom typically use 80mm thick double steel skinned, food safe coated, composite wall panels.
We can provide levels of cleanliness from ISO Class 6 through to ISO Class 9, depending upon customers’ requirements.
Large Modular Cleanrooms
We can provide a full service through from design and initial specification through to a full turnkey installation. The range typically utilises a plastic-coated double steel skinned 80mm thick wall panel that deliver an impressive strength to weight ratio, hygiene and temperature control, plus fast build times.
This system will virtually eliminate the risk of mould and bacterial growth thanks to its ability to repel water and vapour.
The panels are also fibre free, so there’s no risk from airborne contamination. Engineered joints give excellent air tightness for further protection and prevention of dust ingress. Lengths of up to 18m give you more flexibility in design and can speed up construction.
A choice of surface finishes and colours are available but typically include: Foodsafe laminate/polyester, PVF2 and HPS200. Rooms can be constructed in any size or shape and can be provided with self-supported walk-on ceilings if required.
Visionaire® is designed to control & monitor all aspects of Cleanroom operation.
Using the Visionaire system each CAMT2000 is individually monitored for airflow and pressure and can all be adjusted from the main room control panel. The control system then displays realtime clean room information such as number of air changes per hour and pressure differential. These factors make the new CAMT2000 system with Visionaire controller one of the easiest but advanced modular clean room controllers on the market.
What is an ISO Class Cleanroom?
A cleanroom is a controlled environment that’s function is to prevent a process from contamination in the form of dust and airborne microbes. The level of cleanliness, or ISO Class, is determined by the number of airborne particles larger than 0.5um, that are present per cubic metre of air, as well as the total number of complete air changes achieved per hour. This is classified as per ISO 14644-2 standards for Clean Air and can be seen below:
Typically used in manufacturing or scientific research, a cleanroom can be used for the production or repair of electronic devices, such as mobile phones and laptops, where dust particles can damage or effect performance of components.
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