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Designing Your Food Microbiology Cleanroom

Designing Your Food Microbiology Cleanroom

Food microbiology labs are a specific type of cleanroom that have a variety of special considerations due to the sensitive nature of the work and its importance. Not only do they need dedicated laboratory space for testing, but the controlled environment of a...

When Should you Replace your Cleanroom Tech?

When Should you Replace your Cleanroom Tech?

Cleanroom equipment is expensive, but that’s because it’s high functioning, specialized equipment for an extremely important and sensitive job: maintaining your cleanroom’s integrity and required classification standards. But like all equipment, it breaks...

What Not to Wear: Cleanroom Edition

What Not to Wear: Cleanroom Edition

Obviously, your cleanroom’s construction and air filtration system are critical factors in keeping your cleanroom contamination-free, but so is what people wear in the cleanroom. People and fabrics are major sources of contaminants, and it’s crucial your control those...

Best Practices for Working in a Cleanroom

Best Practices for Working in a Cleanroom

Whether you’ve been working in cleanroom environments for 20 years or it’s your first day on the job, a reminder of the basic best practices for working in a cleanroom can always be of use. Here are some things to keep in mind and implement when working in...

Press Release: Angstrom’s New Facility

Press Release: Angstrom’s New Facility

Angstrom Technology is pleased to announce that our new facility has finally been completed. The building is located at 3509 3 Mile Road in Grand Rapids, alongside DK Engineered Construction. The new facility is 20,000 square feet and houses our cleanroom, modular...

Most Common Cleanroom Design Problems

Most Common Cleanroom Design Problems

Cleanrooms present a lot of unique challenges in terms of design because they have very specific requirements they have to meet. If you’re meeting your desired ISO standard, you might feel like your design is good enough, but the truth is that there are a lot of...

How are Cleanrooms Validated?

How are Cleanrooms Validated?

Validation is an important process for any cleanroom. It serves to ensure that the cleanroom is properly installed and designed for its intended ISO classification and that all of the components (facility, environment, equipment) meet regulatory requirements and other...

Cleanroom HVAC Systems Explained

Cleanroom HVAC Systems Explained

In cleanrooms, air is crucial - how it’s filtered, how it’s heated and cooled, and how it’s circulated. Because of this, knowing how HVAC and filters work together is crucial to maintaining cleanroom air decontamination and meeting cleanroom standards. Before you...

Hardwall vs. Softwall Cleanrooms

Hardwall vs. Softwall Cleanrooms

If you’ve been looking into cleanroom options for your company, you may have come across the terminology “hardwall” and “softwall” in reference to different types of cleanrooms. But, what’s the difference in those types of cleanrooms? And how do you know which is...

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