New Hybrid Cleanroom Combines the Best of Hardwall and Softwall Constructions

by Kathy S. on September 14, 2015

New Hybrid Cleanroom Combines the Best of Hardwall and Softwall ConstructionsHardwall or softwall? A new hybrid cleanroom from Terra makes it possible to benefit from the best of both worlds. The modular, freestanding cleanroom behaves like a hardwall because it maintains specified positive pressure and cleanliness levels and is similar to a softwall because it’s economical and portable. The unit converts any unclassified space into an ISO 5-8 cleanroom and is also ideal for enclosing particle-sensitive process equipment.

Its panels are made of continuous, flexible, 40mm antistatic PVC, pulled taut around a steel frame. Smooth internal surfaces wipe down easily with sterilizers; no surface obstacles prevent wipe-down. The PVC panels eliminate static attraction leading to particulate contamination.

The ceiling grid is supported by a powder-coated steel frame and holds a power module, lights, fan/filter units and ceiling panels.

Enter the cleanroom through a full-sized, aluminum-framed swing door.

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