Cleanroom Design Services
What Does Angstrom Technology Provide?
At Angstrom Technology, our top priority is to provide you with the cleanroom that fits your exact needs. Whether your process requires an ISO 3 or an ISO 8 cleanroom, we have the tools, materials, and knowledge to design a cleanroom that will satisfy your needs. Our modular rooms can be constructed in a variety of ways, and can incorporate existing building walls, or can be free-standing within your facility. We have more than 25 years of experience in the cleanroom industry, which means we know what you need, and we can get it to you quickly. All of the parts for your cleanroom are prefabricated at the factory, which allows for quick and easy installation with minimal disruption to your facility. Our experienced team of installers is skilled in constructing cleanrooms of any size, and will have your new cleanroom up and running in no time.
How to Decide on The Right Design For Your Cleanroom
So, you know you need a cleanroom, but maybe you’re unsure how to go about it. At Angstrom, we understand that cleanrooms don’t always come as second nature. It’s our goal to educate our customers to help them make the right choice to fit their needs. Below are some tips to help you figure out what is best for you:
Decide on a Budget: Before you do anything, you should have an understanding of your budget for the project. Having a good idea of your budget will make the decision process a lot easier in the long run.
Determine How Clean Your Cleanroom Needs to Be: Understanding your process and the requirements for the process is not only important for you, it’s important for us. Any information that you can provide to us regarding product cleanliness and regulation will only assist in getting you the proper cleanroom at the correct classification.
The Size of the Cleanroom: Size is an important factor in cleanroom design. It effects multiple aspects of the cleanroom including filtration required, HVAC, flooring, etc. Our cleanrooms are customizable in size, and are made to fit your available space. They are easily expanded in the future, so we always recommend that you build for what you need at the current moment.
Where to Put It: Now that you know how what size cleanroom you need, it needs to have a place to go. Does your business have a large empty space available, or is there any empty room that might be converted into the cleanroom? When you’re thinking about this, make sure to keep in mind how much space you’ll need, and any future expansions.
What Type of Cleanroom: Given the standards you have to meet and your budget, what type of cleanroom should you go with?
- SoftWall: SoftWall cleanrooms are the most cost effective and versatile of the cleanroom constructions we offer. The clear vinyl curtain walls allow for full visibility from floor to ceiling. The flexible nature of the vinyl walls allows the SoftWall cleanroom to fit virtually anywhere in your facility. These rooms also provide flexibility with positioning as they are easily movable with smaller sizes even having options to add casters to the legs.
- RigidWall: RigidWall cleanrooms provide the visibility of a SoftWall with the rigidity of a HardWall. Comparably priced to SoftWall cleanrooms, this “middle of the road” option gives you the best of both worlds. The RigidWall allows for any level of cleanliness, all while allowing the flexibility to expand, contract, or move at any time.
- HardWall: HardWall cleanrooms are a great option for a process requiring temperature and humidity control. The insulated wall panels offer an R-Value that the other wall systems don’t. These rooms are durable, portable, and give you an added bit of privacy that SoftWall and RigidWall cleanrooms can’t offer.
What Equipment Do You Need: Before the cleanroom is designed, it’s also a good idea to figure out what equipment you’re going to need inside the room. What machines will you need inside the room currently, or in the future, etc. Accommodations can be made up front for future work if it is known far enough in advance.
Talk to Our Design Team: At this point, you’ve got most of the details hammered out on your end. Now is a good time to talk to one of our designers, and see what they recommend. They’ll be able to provide you with multitude of options to get you what you need, and you can pick and choose which of those options work best for your company and budget. Our design team will be sure to educate you prior to any decisions being made, so that you can be 100% sure you’re making the best decision for your company.