Modular Cleanroom Design
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We are experts in cleanroom design and have extensive experience designing, manufacturing and installing modular cleanrooms for leading pharmaceutical, medical device companies. We are the engineering, manufacturing, and construction leader in the modular cleanroom industry. We would like to be your cleanroom design source for your cleanroom from start to completion.
Modular Cleanroom Design
Modular Cleanrooms, Designed for ISO 14644-1 compliance
Our design team has over 30 years of experience in Cleanroom design. We designs cleanrooms to meet your exact requirements, ISO 14644 compliant clean room. Experienced with proven results, our design Team works within your budget to Design- Build your next cleanroom.
Cleanroom Questions we ask
What cleanliness level is required.
What floor plan works best for your clean room.
What temperature and humidity are required in the cleanroom space.
Are pass thru units or air showers required?
Materials of construction for walls, ceiling, and floor.
Fire protection system required.
Light level needs.
What pressure controls, monitors and network connections are required for the clean room.
Best floor plan for the process being conducted.
Heat loads due to the number of people and equipment loads in the space.
Is there any HVAC design needs to meet the tight temperature, humidity, and pressure of a cleanroom.
Our preferred design is negative plenum cleanroom using Fan Filter Units FFU’s, this design allows future upgrades to the clean room while saving the cost of ducting along with less possibility of leeks through the ceiling.
The lowest cost cleanroom is a one pass cleanroom normally used when the space the cleanroom is within is currently air-conditioned space.
Our designers work together with our construction cleanroom installers to deliver a design within your budget and meet your cleanroom needs. This works best when CLIN is brought on at the beginning of the project. This allows our staff to design the cleanroom space. This early cleanroom design integration saves design costs and speeds up the schedule, and eliminates duplication of services.
CLASS ONE CLEANROOMS uses Good Engineering Practices
ISO 14644 guidelines, cleanroom engineering and design methods intended to design, construction cleanroom facilities, Clean room specifications, are the key to a successful cleanroom installation. Building Codes and city building codes are review during the building permit process. Design-Build Modular cleanrooms are our specialty.
Our Approach to Your Cleanroom Project
Cleanroom Pre-Construction Phase
We will develop plans to meet your local building code and along with our installers held eliminate gaps in responsibility that are addressed in the pre-construction phase of the cleanroom planning.
We helps to maximize the details of the modular cleanroom system.
We helps the coordination of structural engineering, HVAC design integrated with modular return air walls, electrical systems.
Focus during the engineering phase on the construction to ensure that the facility drawings can be built in a cost-effective,
We design and construction teams work together to ensure the cleanroom meets your needs.
This phase of the project includes shop drawings used for approval, fabrication, and construction.
Basic cleanroom designs, and the implementation of company policies and procedures that work inside the cleanroom are critical for the production of safe products.
The review and approval process for medical devices in the USA many other manufacturers to provide evidence that their production and manufacturing facilities are designed and operated to ensure that products meet the manufacturer’s specifications. The integrity of the manufacturing process is especially important for any medical device that comes in direct or indirect contact with a patient since they can be easily contaminated with microbiological or chemical residues produced within the cleanroom manufacturing environment.
Kwang Cleanroom is proud to offer examples of a variety of our cleanroom projects below. Electronics Assembly Cleanrooms, Cosmetic Production Cleanrooms, Automotive Cleanrooms, Aerospace Cleanrooms, Medical Device Cleanrooms, Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Cleanrooms, Powder Coating Cleanrooms.