Cleanroom installation is becoming a crucial part of the manufacturing process for various industries like scientific research, safety assurance, yield optimization and quality control.A cleanroom is used for various purposes and it has to be handled with great care and attention by departments using it as well as the designers making it. This is to be done to avoid all the potential hazards. Here we will provide you with the knowledge of what a clean room really is and what is the difference between modular and traditional cleanrooms.
What is a cleanroom?
Traditionally a cleanroom was defined as an enclosed space inside a manufacturing or research facility which was planned to regulator air pollutant levels, pressurization, humidity, temperature and employees access to meet the dangerous environmental situations required. It is used by a variety of industries and research facilities like life sciences, pharmaceuticals, microelectronics, biotechnology and food packaging to protect products and process from adulteration. By using these rooms the product quality, research integrity and worker safety are ensured.
Therefore, it is very important that these rooms are designed carefully and with a correct specification to avoid contaminations in these isolated environments. Thus a perfect cleanroom should meet all the guidelines about the amount and size of particles in a specified air volume.
Types of the cleanroom: Traditional vs. modular
Now you know what you need the cleanroom for, it’s vital to weigh up it’s kinda well. This generally fall into two categories:
Both of them has their own pros and cons, modular cleanrooms are becoming more and more popular for a variety of reasons.
Alterations and expansion
If your cleanroom setup needs flexibility, then go for modular constructions as they can provide you a much higher amount of alteration and expansion. If you need to modify a modular cleanroom then it is quite easy to do without making any mess or wreckages; similarly, they are also very simple to expand as they involve adding just an extra wall, floor systems and ceilings. Conversely, a traditional cleanroom can’t merely be packed away and transported to a different location like in the previous case. This requires destroying the present walls and system so as to totally renew them.
Modular construction might be cheaper than the traditional one depending upon the size, classification, budget and application of your room. If you need a room just for clean storing then it requires a small space which suggests that this will a lot less costly than a traditional cleanroom.
Installing the traditional constructions can take months from the beginning to the end. In its comparison, modular construction is a much simpler method, as all the modules are manufactured beforehand. In contrast, to build walls from raw resources, the components of modular cleanrooms require just a simple assembly as per your desire. Consequently, it can take up to a few days or a few weeks to finish which is important for the operations so that the work could start immediately.
Traditional construction constantly requires construction to be done by professionals. Modular cleanrooms, on the other hand, can often be constructed in the plant itself that too by your own staff by studying the instructions given by the manufacturing agency. In addition to this, the manufacturer might offer installation services at some extra cost as part of a modular cleanroom package.
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