Cleanrooms are not just an acceptable alternative to internal aluminium framed structures, or a conventional brick-and-mortar build but often the preferred solution as they can simply be linked to your existing facility, thus not comprising internal space plus positioned exactly where you want it.
With over 23+ years’ experience in modular design, we understand how to provide the solution to your business operational challenges. Cleanrooms are ideal for short- or long-term requirements and are scalable to meet your growing needs.
Cleanrooms are usually used in medical laboratories, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, biotech or food and drink industries, but they can also be in other industries such as research facilities, aerospace, technological or engineering.
There are a wide variety of reasons that a company may need a cleanroom. If you’re manufacturing something that is easily affected by contaminants or particles in the air for example, it’s likely that you’ll need a cleanroom.
Compared to permanent builds
Units constructed using fire resistant materials
Various sizes available and scalable due to modular design
Increased temperature and air filtration control
Continuous 24/7 monitoring
Fully integrated controls and alarm systems
Our cleanrooms are a controlled environment that prevents contamination from dust, airborne microbes, or particles by filtering them out using our latest air filtration systems. Our latest technology air filtration system ensures continuously circulated and highly filtered air which excludes pollutants. A cleanroom is classified into various levels of contamination based of the number of airborne particles larger than 0.5um, that are present per cubic metre of air. Furthermore, the total number of complete air changes per hour also needs to be considered.
Positive Pressure Clean Air Modules are fitted in our Cleanrooms to create a positive pressure environment. These all have variable speed controls and clean air through a EU4 grade pre-filter followed by an H14 HEPA filter which is 99.997% efficient at 0.3 microns. To achieve the classification of a clean room several air changes are required per hour in accordance with BS EN ISO 14644 as per below:
|Classification||Air Changes Per Hour|
|ISO Class 8 (Class 100,000)||5 – 48|
|ISO Class 7 (Class 10,000)||60 – 90|
|ISO Class 6 (Class 1,000)||150 – 240|
|ISO Class 5 (Class 100)||240 – 480|
Watch how we brought a previously outsourced process in house for a leading pharmaceutical company. Read the full customer success story here.
Dawsonpharma Cleanrooms are delivered to your site ready to use and it includes full certification, electrics, heating, plumbing, and air conditioning, as well as temperature and humidity control, to suit requirements. To provide traceability, data logging equipment is provided as standard. Contact us to discuss our cleanroom sizes plus temperature and humidity control as required and let us provide a full turnkey package.