new cleanroom

A cleanroom is an investment in the productivity of your business or organization. Of course you’ll want to see as much return on that investment as possible and use it as long as you can. However, there are times or circumstances that arise that make an updated cleanroom the best solution to specific challenges. How […]

isolation rooms

In a previous blog we talked about negative air pressure rooms. There are several different types of isolation rooms used commonly today in healthcare facilities. Let’s talk about what the types of rooms are and what they are specifically used for.  Different Types of Isolation Rooms There are four types of isolation rooms. These four […]

negative air pressure rooms

In addition to softwall and rigidwall cleanrooms, Technical Air Products also manufactures isolation rooms. There are different types of isolation rooms. Some are built to protect people in the room from contaminants, while others are built to keep any contaminants inside the room in order to protect those outside. In this blog we will talk […]

A cleanroom is not a cleanroom without its fan filter units; they are a critical component of the room’s design. In this blog piece we will discuss how a fan filter unit works and the different types of FFU’s that we offer. Selecting the right one for your cleanroom will depend on what your needs […]

Ceilings are an often overlooked feature of cleanrooms. When you enter a cleanroom, you may notice the walls, the floor, and the accessories that the people in the space are using, but you might not look up to see the part of the room doing the bulk of the work to maintain the clean environment. […]

All Systems Flow

What makes a cleanroom a cleanroom? Glass enclosed spaces are common today in business and academic settings. With their glass walls and doors, cleanrooms may resemble other spaces, but their function is not decorative. Their architectural components serve a purpose, and that purpose is to facilitate air flow control and filtering so that a standard […]

One frequently asked question that organizations have when they are considering investing in a cleanroom is: How long does the cleanroom installation process take? No one wants to be caught in limbo waiting for months after they’ve made the decision to purchase a cleanroom. The answer to the question depends on a number of factors, […]

Maintaining a sterile environment is crucial for many industries that manufacture components which cannot tolerate contamination, as well as in medical and laboratory environments. While cleanrooms are designed to maintain air quality to standard, it’s also important to avoid introducing new contamination. Use of pass through cabinets is one of the best ways to control cross-contamination in these […]

fan filter unit

One frequently asked question about cleanrooms is: How is cleanroom cleanliness measured? Companies that invest in cleanrooms want to know that they will be able to achieve their cleanliness specifications and also expand their capabilities if needed further down the road. Here we will define cleanliness and explain how fan filter units (FFUs) operate to […]

cleanroom materials

Cleanrooms are designed to prevent contamination and maintain cleanliness to specification. However, every time a person enters a cleanroom environment, that is a new opportunity to introduce contaminants. Because it’s necessary to avoid any preventable threat, there are rules about which materials are allowed within the cleanroom environment and which should never be present within […]