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Modular Cleanrooms - Product Information

Pacific Environmental Technologies, Inc has over two decades of experience constructing all types of clean rooms and laboratories giving our clients the assurance that regardless of the construction type chosen for their facility, they will receive the quality, look and performance they expect from their facility design construction team.

Modular cleanrooms are the choice of many industries providing quick set up, a hi tech look or customer appeal and a choice of many finishes to meet any clean room or laboratory requirement. Some of the key features that characterize modular systems are:

  • Free standing self contained structures.
  • The use of non particulating materials that minimize contamination during and after installation.

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  • Depicted above are two self-contained Class 10,000 modular cleanrooms utilizing the Versawall II and Versawall III systems, respectively.

    The main benefits of the modular clean room approach are:
  • During construction, contamination of surrounding areas is minimized through the use of non shedding materials and prefabrication.
  • Modular cleanrooms can be easily modified, upgraded or expanded with minimal interruption to the existing cleanroom operation, or if the need arises, even relocated to a new facility.
  • Wide choice of finishes and core materials to meet the ?look? and insulating properties.
  • With proper cleanroom design, class upgrades can be implemented with minimal interruption of the environment.

    Other parts of the modular clean room tend to be the same across the different construction approaches available
  • Architectural components such as floor coverings, doors, windows, suspended ceilings, return air grilles and etc...
  • Mechanical systems (chilled water, dx and package units).
  • Electrical systems.
  • Plumbing and piping.

Modular Cleanrooms - Product Options:

Prefabricated Wall Systems:



    SUSPENDED T-BAR CEILING OPTIONS:
    • Materials of construction:
    • Steel.
    • Stainless steel.
    • Aluminum.

    • Finishes:
    • Factory white enamel.
    • Powder coated.
    • Brushed aluminum.
    • Stainless steel.

    • Face sizes:
    • 1?, 1-3/8?, 1-1/2? and 2? face.

    • Sealing method:
    • Gasketed.
    • Gel.
    • Caulked in place.

    • Blank tiles:
    • Aluminum clad plastic core.
    • Formed metal blank pans*.
    • Vinyl rock tile.
    • Vinyl acoustic tiles.

    • * Can be pre fabricated with utility drops and/or penetrations.

    LIGHTING OPTIONS:
    • Voltages:
    • 120, 208/220, 277 VAC.

    • Lamps:
    • T-5, T-8.
    • LED.

    • Fixture styles 1, 2, 3 or 4 lamp
    • T-bar layin troffers cleanroom style or standard.
    • Corner mounted lights.
    • Vapor proof fixtures.
    • Tear Drop lighting.

    • Other options:
    • Yellow/amber/red lighting (lamps or sleeves).
    • Dimming ballasts.
    • Emergency lighting.

    ELECTRICAL OPTIONS:
  • P.E.T.I. can offer full turn-key facilities from the utility vault to equipment hookup in addition to tying the new room into existing services.
  • Emergency generators.
  • CoGen systems.

    AIR FILTRATION:
  • HEPA Fan Filters (standard).
  • ULPA Fan Filters.
  • Room side replaceable filters.
  • Ducted filters with remote blower.
  • Remote filter banks.

    HVAC:
  • Package units (roof mounted, ceiling mounted, floor mounted or other).
  • Split systems.
  • Water source heat pumps.
  • Chilled water systems.
  • Hot water hydronic heating.
  • Gas fired direct heating.
  • Desiccant dehumidifiers for low humidity applications.

    HVAC AND PROCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS:
  • Standard discrete controls for HVAC (T-stats, loop controllers etc).
  • Programmable logic controls.
  • Automated building management systems.
  • Remote monitoring.

    PROCESS SYSTEMS & PROCESS PIPING:
  • Process cooling water (tower or chiller).
  • Compressed air (compressors, refrigerated and desiccant dryers).
  • Nitrogen (bulk liquid, site generated, cylinder packs).
  • Specialty gases (inert through hazardous).
  • High Purity orbital welded piping.
  • DI water systems (E-1 through E-4 ASTMD).
  • USP and WFI systems.
  • RO systems.
  • Ultra pure water piping for water.
  • Steam (clean and industrial).

    LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS:
  • Fire alarm systems.
  • Hazardous gas detection systems.

    EXHAUST SYSTEMS:
  • Exhaust blowers.
  • Scrubbers.
  • Snorkel type exhaust arms.
  • Fume hoods.
  • Fume duct.
  • Constant volume hood dampers.

    SPECIALTY SYSTEMS:
  • Ionization systems for static control.
  • Fire suppression systems.
  • Sprinkler heads, built in.
  • Anti static work surfaces.
  • Particle counters.

    OTHER OPTIONS:
  • Desiccator boxes.
  • Pass thru boxes.
  • Airshowers.
  • Lab furniture (chairs, benches, work stations).
  • Laminar flow benches.
  • Exhaust & fume hoods.
  • Cold storage and freezer boxes.

    STARTUP TEST & BALANCE:
  • Startup of mechanical HVAC equipment.
  • Air balance.
  • Water balance.

    TESTING:
  • Particle count testing to cleanliness levels per ISO 4 ? ISO 8 (Class 10 ? Class 100,000).
  • Airflow testing.
  • Pressure cascade.