The classification of a cleanroom is dependant too the particle concentrate of air, otherwise known as microbes and contamination. These are controlled by the number of particles permitted per cubic metre at a specified particle size.
Some typical application environments are: Pharmaceutical,Biopharmaceutical, Life Sciences, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Electronic Technologies and so on.
Whether a cleanroom is an ISO class 100 or class 1000, the Door Systems play an essential role in preventing cross-contamination as well as maintaining correct room pressures, air circulation rates and ensuring optimum operating efficiency.
Many cleanroom facilities have been built using traditional construction methods, concrete block or stud wall with on-site surface applied finishes, on more recently constructed cleanrooms they have been built to modular specifications with cleanroom wall panel systems. Modular build offers faster site build and faster sealing of the cleanroom envelope. It is also relatively easy to replace damaged areas either during or after construction and you are guaranteed a uniform finish across the whole cleanroom facility. In either construction EASY AUTOMATION's installation of cleanroom doors is equally suitable for various dimensional openings and panel/wall thicknesses.
Our cleanroom door product range has seen continuous investment in design, development and manufacturing techniques that ensure they meet cGMP standards. One of the world's top 10 pharmaceutical companies defined its own cGMP requirement for a cleanroom door.
The cleanroom door shall have a smooth, non absorbent surface and, where appropriate, be self closing and close fitting. The materials for construction should be:
Easy to clean
Non-fibrous and non-shedding
Resistant to the accumulation of dirt and debris
A barrier against the harbourage of dirt and debris