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Requirements in the cleanroom

A clean room has a clean, controlled atmosphere. By means of a closed system, the ambient air in clean rooms is kept as free as possible from germs and dust. Special ventilation systems and filters, as well as air-conditioning systems tailored to requirements, help to reduce the number of airborne particles to a minimum.

Whether in the laboratory or in space travel, whether in the electrical, microelectronics or automotive industries: the demands on cleanrooms are high. Depending on the cleanroom classes and hazard zones, you must observe the following, among other things:

  • Compliance with the hygienic conditions on site must be checked by continuous measurements. Only continuous measurements of the number of particles per cubic metre can guarantee a classification of the degree of cleanliness in accordance with the applicable standards.
  • With regard to the storage of toxic or hazardous substances, specific regulations must be observed. It is usually necessary to set up suitable Safety barriers to be able to adequately secure the stored substances.
Note from the MedSolut experts:

Let our team of specialists advise you whether the hazard protection cabinets in your laboratory need to be equipped with fire protection devices. Whether it’s tools, furniture, machines or materials, all surfaces in a cleanroom must be abrasion-free and easy to clean. They should also minimise the airflow required in the room.

Our tip: Let us advise you on all aspects of cleanroom requirements: Our experts are available to you at any time. In addition, you can benefit from numerous advantages.

Special features of cleanroom furnishing

When furnishing cleanrooms, a large number of special features must be taken into account. We will be happy to advise you individually and in detail. In the following we offer you an overview of the most important features:

Easy to clean

Clean rooms should be free of dust and dirt particles as far as possible. Micro dust should also be avoided. Therefore, not only must the premises be particularly functional, but the furniture as well as the entire furnishings must be easy to clean.

No nooks, crannies or dead spaces

Cracks, angles, dead spaces, etc. must be avoided when planning and developing a cleanroom, as it is precisely there that dust, dirt and other contaminants can settle quite quickly. Let the MedSolut experts advise you on the best way to proceed with cleanroom design, always in accordance with current legislation.

Smooth surfaces

Smooth, pore-free surfaces are essential in cleanrooms. This is because bacteria, germs and other potential pathogens easily settle in depressions or pores and the like. This must be prevented by using only furniture, materials and tools with a smooth surface structure in your cleanroom. We will be happy to help you select the interior and all the equipment.

Materials suitable for cleanrooms

The materials used in cleanrooms should be solid, robust and easy to clean. Since they must also be constantly disinfected or autoclavable, the demands on the materials are extremely high. In this respect, it is important that the materials are resistant to chemicals and temperatures.

Economical equipment

“Less is more” is the motto in cleanrooms. All objects in a clean room can be dust traps or cause contamination. Therefore, when furnishing the interior of the cleanroom, make sure that only the furniture that is actually needed by the employees is placed there.

Cleanroom furnishings, furniture and products

On, you can find out more about how to put together the right cleanroom furnishings. We show you which furniture and products are of particular relevance.

Cleanroom tables

Cleanroom tables are ideally made of electrically conductive stainless steel. The surface structure is smooth and non-porous. Perforated surfaces in horizontal surfaces can reduce the possible stresses on the vertical air flow in the room. Stainless steel cleanroom tables are adjustable in height to enable ergonomic working. Ask us about cleanroom tables made of melamine-coated chipboard, chrome-plated steel or solid plastic.

Cleanroom cabinets

Depending on the industry for which cleanroom cabinets are required, different material properties and functionality are important. We will be happy to advise you on innovative tall cabinets made of stainless steel with hinged or sliding doors. Determine the number of shelves and whether you would like to order them in perforated or non-perforated form.

Transport trolley

Order trolleys for your cleanroom from in chrome-plated steel or stainless steel. Whether with four or six steerable or lockable castors, whether with mesh or closed shelves, the choice is yours. Of course, the transport trolleys that you can order from us are particularly easy to steer and are available in various dimensions.

Cleanroom chairs

When it comes to cleanroom chairs, ergonomic design, stability and material quality are all important. The surface structure is also smooth and non-porous. Contact our experts now and find the right cleanroom chairs right away.

Sit-over bench for airlocks

They are the functional barrier in cleanrooms for separating different areas: sit-over benches enable your employees to enter and leave the cleanroom in a controlled manner. This allows the entry of particles to be reduced to a minimum. Order your sit-over bench with shoe or boot pockets to benefit from even more comfort.

Cleanroom clothing

In our excellent assorted store you can order disposable and reusable cleanroom garments in different materials, colours and sizes. You will also find cleanroom gloves, protective goggles for the laboratory and cleanroom shoes in our portfolio with just a few mouse clicks.

The different cleanroom classes

There are different cleanroom classes, each of which is subject to strict regulations. The division of the classes is based on the maximum number of particles of a certain size 0 .1 m to 5.0 m in one cubic metre of air. Cleanroom class ISO 5, for example, stipulates that a cubic metre of air may contain a maximum of 3,420 particles with a gre of 0.5 m. Continuous measurement of the room air quality is to ensure that the values are constantly maintained.

The cleanroom classes according to ISO 14644-1

Maximum permitted number of particles per m
Class Quiescent state >= 0.5 m Quiescent state >= 5 m Operating condition >= 0.5 m Operating condition >= 5 m
A 3.520 20 3.520 20
B 3.520 29 352.000 2.900
C 352.000 2.900 3.520.000 29.000
D 3.520.000 29.000 not defined not defined

Cleanroom planning – we would be happy to advise you!

The planning of cleanrooms is very complex and must fully comply with the current legal requirements. From the selection of cleanroom furniture to the composition of materials and tools to the design of ergonomic work areas, your friendly team at MedSolut will provide you with professional advice and support on all questions relating to cleanroom equipment.

Of course, we will also be happy to show you the furnishings and equipment suitable for your cleanroom. We look forward to your requests for advice.

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