Class 1,000 clean rooms are the second lowest classification in Federal Standard 209 standards. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) equivalent standard of Class 1,000 clean rooms is ISO 6. Read More…
Abtech, Inc.Santa Ana, CA | 800-394-7699
As a manufacturer of clean rooms, including inplant modular offices, exterior steel buildings, guard buildings, fork liftable and crane liftable buildings, multi-level buildings and mezzanines, Abtech offers turnkey installations or packages for install by end user. Our modular structures are constructed of steel, are free-standing & manufactured under strict quality control methods.$$$
Clean Rooms International, Inc.Grand Rapids, MI | 877-380-1860
For the very best of clean rooms, look no further than Clean Rooms International! We can provide the ultimate in quality, customer service, durability, and unique designs just for you!$$$
Cleanrooms by UnitedCorona, CA | 800-959-0878
Cleanrooms By United is the industry’s premier manufacturer of modular clean room systems. We design, manufacture and install our clean rooms to meet our customers’ unique requirements. The custom, flexible, modular construction of our cleanrooms makes them easy to expand, reconfigure, or relocate as your cleanroom needs evolve.$$$
MECART CleanroomsMickleton, NJ | 856-542-8850
Founded in 1974, MECART has engineered, manufactured and installed hundreds of cleanrooms worldwide. Our experienced team has worked on extensive cleanroom projects, varying in size and application, and can advise you on classification requirements, layout, air treatment system, etc. Our projects range from 100 to 20,000 square feet. We work with international companies such as Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Health Canada, Galderma, CNRC, Medicago, ABB, etc. Contact us for more information.$$$
Technical Air ProductsBelmont, MI | 800-595-0020
Technical Air Products is a leading manufacturer of modular clean rooms. Our LogiClean® soft wall and rigid wall clean rooms are cost-effective alternatives to hard wall, or stick-built clean rooms.$$$
Atmos-Tech IndustriesOcean, NJ | 732-493-8400
Atmos-Tech Industries is a designer and manufacturer of cleanrooms and equipment for industries, including health care, pharmaceutical aerospace and automotive.$$$
Clean Air Technology, Inc.Canton, MI | 800-459-6320
Our design staff is qualified with over 30 years of clean room experience. Our clean rooms are made from the highest quality materials and use a modular design that can be modified to suit any needs.$$$
Modular Cleanrooms, Inc.Denver, CO | 800-496-7666
Our complete line of clean rooms will meet your needs. We are the experts of the clean room industry and our engineers can work with you to determine which clean room models work best for your business. We offer a variety of softwall, bio-clean, hardwall, and micro-clean options, all of which are manufactured with the highest standards. You will not be upset with our products. Contact us for more information!$$$
Bayside InteriorsFremont, CA | 510-438-9171
Bayside Interiors is able to provide the design, engineering and construction of clean rooms. Bayside Interiors Inc. has been around since 1984. We also specialize in the construction of strut framing systems and facility support systems.$$$
BASX SolutionsRedmond, OR | 408-310-7179
BASX Solutions has been designing and manufacturing truly modular cleanrooms since 1984. These are durable, scaleable, portable cleanrooms and are available in both softwall and hardwall designs. Our products meet the highest industry levels, from Class 100 to 100,000. Call for a free quick quote.$$$
Some of the primary applications that Class 1,000 clean rooms are used for include inspection, patterning and integration tools like non-contact profilometry, flip-chip integration, thin-film deposition, and laser micromachining. As a result of these diverse applications, Class 1,000 clean rooms are utilized in industries including pharmaceutical, scientific research, medical, electronics, semiconductor, food processing, and industrial manufacturing.
However, since Class 1,000 clean rooms are lower level clean rooms, they may have all of the requirements for certain higher-grade applications. For instance, they may not have an air shower at the entrance and may not require individuals to wear special shoes, although some still do; everyone wears a head-to-toe bunny suit to keep skin and hair particles out.
Some of the many contaminants that Class 1,000 clean rooms are used to keep out include human hair, dust particles, paint, air conditioning debris, lint, skin flakes, and lubricants. The most common sources of these contaminants are people, tools, fluids, the facility, and the product that is being manufactured. In order to keep these pollutants out and meet the standards of strict regulations, acrylics, steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and polycarbonate are generally the materials that are used to fabricate the walls of Class 1,000 clean rooms.
This class of clean rooms can be any of the 3 major designs of clean rooms: ballrooms, which are large and open rooms that are parts of the actual building; modular, which is a temporary and small room within a room; and soft wall, where the walls are made of tightly stretched or free-hanging fabric. In addition to availability in any of these designs, Class 1,000 clean rooms may also range in size from huge, open spaces to tiny chambers.Temperature control and electrostatic discharge control are just a few of the other options that are also possible in this class of clean room.