Modular Clean Room Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of modular clean room manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source modular clean room manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate modular clean room companies that will design, engineer, and manufacturer modular clean room for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading modular clean room manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for standard clean rooms, portable clean rooms, or modular rooms.

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  • The Advantages of Modular Clean Rooms

    There are a lot of advantages to investing in a modular clean room over permanent alternatives. Modular clean rooms are an excellent, economical choice for companies whose operations are shifting to include a need for a small to medium-sized controlled working environment. This is especially true for companies that are interested in such expansions and already have unused warehouse space. Modular clean rooms are often available in prefabricated form, which means that the time between order and installation is much shorter than it often can be during the construction of...

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  • IQS Featured Profile: Cleanrooms by United Partition Systems, Inc.

    by: Nicole Tracey, IQS Editor For over thirty years, Cleanrooms by United has provided their clients with the best quality modular systems on the market. As one of the most prominent names in the industry, they have set new standards in modular construction, expandable cleanroom systems, industrial enclosures and process isolation. When it comes to meeting your needs for a clean, safe, energy efficient environment, look to United for endless possibilities. Images Courtesy of Cleanrooms by United Cleanrooms by United proudly manufactures all of its products in compliance with ISO...

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  • The Modular Cleanroom Advantage

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Modular Clean Rooms

A modular clean room is a clean room that is assembled on site from pre-cut components. Modular clean rooms are considered more cost effective than other clean rooms because of their basic construction and low-cost materials. These rooms can be purchased as a kit or installed by a technician. As with standard clean rooms, modular clean rooms are defined as seriously controlled environments.

Clean rooms are designed to eliminate the dust, sand, salt particles and bacteria that enter a room through clothing and human skin. Because clean rooms are sealed from outside air, supplies, people and equipment coming in and out must be tightly monitored. Anyone entering a clean room must often wear a bunny suit, which covers a person from head to toe. This avoids bringing in outside contaminants. Because of the contaminant-free nature of modular clean rooms, they have become a necessary product for industries such as aviation, aerospace, electronics, hard drive manufacturing, military parts production, medical and pharmaceutical labs, meat processing and packaging, veterinary clinics, hospitals, medical offices and operating rooms. Lastly, they are used by scientists in the fields of micro technology and bio chemistry. Clean room manufacturers and clean room distributors are constantly working to ensure modular clean rooms are meeting the standards of the industries that use them.

There are two types of modular clean rooms: the hard wall modular clean room and the soft wall modular clean room. Hard wall clean rooms use panelized wall structures that support the roof and ceiling grid. These panels are made out of a variety of materials. Pharmaceutical, USP 797 compounding rooms and medical device clean rooms most often use panels made of reinforced plastic or high pressure laminate because these materials can withstand repeated cleaning and sterilizing without breaking down. Aluminum honeycomb panels are most popular for electronic industries because this material is non-outgassing, non particle shedding, anti-static and non-combustible. Other material options for hard wall construction include pre-painted aluminum, 24-gauge pre-painted steel, vinyl faced gypsum board, structural aluminum, paper or plastic honeycomb, expanded polystyrene and polyurethane. Soft wall structures consist of tubular steel frame structures supporting a ceiling grid. This structure uses pressurized vinyl curtains with a re-sealable entrance and exit to allow for maximum cleanliness. Both room structures are designed to only allow filtered air to enter the room. The air is filtered by filter units mounted in the ceiling. These units draw outside air through a HEPA filter, which filters the air before it enters the clean room.

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