Clean Room Ceilings

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One unique feature of an industrial clean room is its ceiling. Like everything else in the clean room, the ceiling must be sanitary, resistant to moisture and – in some cases – even soundproof. Read More…

Clean Room Ceilings In many different manufacturing processes, clean rooms are absolutely essential to prevent cross-contamination and eliminate the presence of dust or other debris. When painting or coating a product, dust or moisture in the air could compromise the quality of the finish and greatly reduce the durability of the product. A clean room is a tightly controlled environment where variables like temperature, air quality, and moisture level are all able to be precisely adjusted based on the needs of the application.

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Santa Ana, CA  |  800-394-7699

Abtech specializes in manufacturing clean rooms. Our product line includes laminar flow benches, air showers and much more.

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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!

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Clean Rooms International, Inc. $$$

Ontario, 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.

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Belmont, 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.

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Ocean, 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.

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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.

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Clean Air Technology, Inc. $$$

Montgomeryville, PA  |  888-237-2532

AES is the leader in design, construction, and manufacture of modular cleanroom systems and custom cleanroom equipment for life science and technology companies. Our expertise in cleanroom solutions combined with our focus on your project success is second to none. When you choose AES, you can rest assured that your project is built on time and works with your budget.

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Clean room ceilings are manufactured as square tiles that can be installed in a hanging ceiling. The tiles fit tightly together and cover the total surface area of the ceiling so that nothing can get out and so that no dust or moisture can enter the room from above. It’s not uncommon to find ceilings like these in healthcare facilities where medical procedures like surgery require a highly sanitary environment.

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For easy cleaning and resistance to corrosion, clean room ceiling tiles are often made of stainless steel. Regular sheet steel is also used because it is both durable and light. To maintain an air-tight environment, most clean room ceiling tiles have a gel or rubber gasket seal all of the way around their outer edge. Once the tile has been bolted tightly in place, it’s impossible for anything to penetrate this seal and compromise the clean room’s sterile environment.

If the clean room for a particular application relies on overhead lighting or ventilation, these units are installed in conjunction with the ceiling tiles and made to fit precisely around them so that all areas of the ceiling are airtight. Sometimes the lights themselves are designed as a tile-shaped unit with the same surface area and seal as the regular tiles.

To create a clean room ceiling, manufacturers start by forming a large sheet using the raw materials that the ceiling is made out of. They then treat this sheet and cut it down mechanically into tiles of a uniform size. Gaskets or other types of seals are added last, and the tiles are shipped out to suppliers or directly to the industrial clients who will be using them. During installation, all tiles must be tightly fitted to match the exact dimensions of the clean room and avoid compromising the air quality.

Clean rooms are used for applications in dozens of different industries, including medical, aerospace, electronic, pharmaceutical and more. They can be designed in a wide range of shapes and sizes that depend on their intended use, which is why tiled ceilings are such a versatile option. A clean room is classified by the number and size of particles permitted per volume of air. In other words, a “class 100” clean room is drastically smaller in size than a “class 2000” clean room. These classifications have been put in place by the government to help enforce industry standards for all products treated in a clean room.

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