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A clean room’s design and equipment affect its performance. Properties like structural design, air filter and vent position, air filter and vent composition, and all other properties related to a clean room’s configuration affect decontamination capacity. The higher the decontamination standard, the more vigorously controlled each of a clean room’s properties must be. Read More…

>Cleanroom Supplies Clean room supplies are all of the equipment, components, and constituent parts that make up clean room systems. Air filters, sterilization chemicals, and application tools, fans, vents, work surfaces, building materials, and all other components related to the structural and functional properties of clean rooms fall under the category of clean room supplies.

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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.

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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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Cleanrooms by United $$$

Corona, CA  |  951-582-9306

We provide all types of ISO certified clean rooms as well as full support for assembly and after sales satisfaction. Our engineers are the clean room facility experts, and our retrofitting services are unmatched compared to our competitors. We cooperate with your company to design unique packages to offer you effective savings and our project management team offers the most up-to-date solutions. Contact us today!

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Pacific Environmental Technologies, Inc. $$$

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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Technical Air Products $$$

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. $$$
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Portable and modular clean rooms, for example, are generally not capable of generating the extremely low decontamination levels that are possible in permanent clean rooms. For this reason, they are less likely to employ light-scattering particle measurement equipment or any of the other kinds of advanced equipment installed in more advanced clean rooms.

But as the decontamination standard of a clean room rises, the impact that all clean room supplies have on performance also increases. Infectious disease research laboratories, which require highly controlled testing environments, make use of harsh sterilization chemicals. Work surfaces in those environments must be corrosion-resistant so as not to contaminate test samples with vapors or particulates generated by corrosion. Stainless steel, for example, can corrode if exposed to bleach.

Clean room supplies must be selected carefully because of the strictness of the standards set for clean room operation. The United States government, the ISO and other international standard-setting organizations assign ratings and classes to clean rooms depending on their capacity for decontamination.

US FED STD 209E standards rate clean rooms based on how many 0.5 micrometer-sized particles per cubic foot are considered acceptable within a given clean room. Class 1 clean rooms contain no more than one 0.5 micrometer-sized particle per cubic foot. This is an extremely low contamination level, and in order to achieve it, no fibrous building materials, furniture, or clean room clothing can be brought into the enclosure. Even certain kinds of paper cannot be brought into Class 1 clean rooms because of some paper varieties' fibrous qualities. Some clean rooms are equipped with adhesive mats designed to pick up particles on the floor that may have been tracked in by workers.

Such advanced clean rooms employ complex combinations of filters, monitoring equipment, and other methods of keeping contamination low, but every factor contributes to the capacity of a clean room to become decontaminated.

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