HOSPITAL CLEANROOM STANDARDS
Hospital cleanrooms can serve a couple of different purposes. One of these is to protect patients with compromised immune systems. Another is to serve as pharmaceutical cleanrooms in hospital pharmacies. In either instance, high levels of environmental control are required to protect patients’ health.
Angstrom Technology designs and installs cleanrooms that can work well for hospital and pharmaceutical applications and are of high quality to meet stringent cleanroom standards. Angstrom constructs modular cleanrooms that can incorporate existing structures or stand freely. Our HardWall cleanrooms offer a high level of environmental control including static, pressure, contamination, and humidity control. Hardwall cleanrooms can be designed to comply with even the most stringent medical standards. RigidWall cleanrooms can also serve well in hospital, pharmaceutical and medical applications, and offer versatility and flexibility with the ability to conform to Class 100 regulations.
Additionally, Angstrom offers and installs:
- Air filtration systems with multiple stages that make use of prefilters and HEPA filters
- Laminar air flow systems that can be integrated with existing HVAC
- A variety of cleanroom lighting options from standard to flow through modules
For more information about Angstrom Technology, our cleanroom design services, or cleanrooms for hospital applications, please contact us. Also, check out our Cleanroom Design Guide to start your hospital cleanroom design.
Our HardWall and RigidWall modular cleanrooms make use of your existing walls and are free-standing.
Angstrom Technology also offers and installs multi-stage air filtration systems that make use of prefilters and HEPA filters, a variety of lighting options from standard to flow through modules, and laminar air flow systems that can be integrated with existing HVAC.
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