Application: ISO Level 7
Size: 16’ x 16’ with 4’ x 8’ Gowning Area
Location: Irvine, California
- Minimal disruption
- Permitting to meet local code
- Easily relocated or expanded
Details and Scope of Work:
Our repeat client came to us with a need for a cleanroom for assembling catheters. There requirement was to work in conjunction with an onsite general contractor and the property owner to ensure a local city codes were met and minimal modifications to the existing building were needed. read more
Application: ISO Level 7 (Class 10,000)
Size: 20’ x 20’ with 8’ x 10’ Gowning Area
Location: Temecula, California
Details and Scope of Work:
We were contacted by our client to help design a system for face shield manufacturing. Due to a high rejection rate from their current process where too many airborne particles were getting into the lens after they left the vacuum oven as they were moved to the curing area.
There were some challenges as the environment needed to maintain stringent temperatures while providing a comfortable work environment for the production staff within the environment. Careful evaluation of the processing equipment was taken into consideration to ensure proper mechanical elements were provided. read more
Application: Biopharmaceutical Modular Cleanroom for Research
Specifications: 20’ x 40’ ISO Level 6 re-circulating design
Our client came to us with a brand new building which required a ISO 6 cleanroom system in the core of the operation. We designed 2 each 20’ x 20’ environments with separate air handling systems to prevent cross-contamination with an ISO 7 Ante-Chamber between each enclosure. The system features smooth FRP wall finishes, hands free automated sliding doors and material inspection pass through chambers.
Upon site visit and further discussions with our client, we discovered we could further support the them by providing ISO 8 hallways around the Modular Cleanroom system (approx 4,000 sq.ft.) as well as drop in a cleanroom grade ceiling in the R & D areas, labs and shipping areas.
Volcanoes have always been a fascination to the world. They have always held a unique element and have always been a mystery to scientist.
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California sent a probe down into a volcano. The issue that was faced is that exploring volcanoes can be risky. That is why the JPL robotics reach team developed a robot that could easily reach places where humans could not. In order to fully understand how volcanoes erupt, the team had to utilize cutting edge technologies along in a modular cleanrooms in order to ensure that all parts were manufactured to the highest quality and precision.
The team was awarded a grant of $50,000 from the National Geographic’s Expedition Grant campaign for “great explorer”. The team lead, Parness, had mentioned that they could not have done it without the team they had in place. read more
Application: Environmental Test Chamber
Specs: 16’ x 43’ x 16’H
System design features to mimic extreme weather conditions with capabilities to withstand temperature/humidity ranges from -40 degrees Fahrenheit to +120 degrees Fahrenheit.
Load bearing roof with access ladder.
Large insulated double doors
Dual Pane view windows
Cleanrooms are necessary in many industries where small particles can adversely affect the manufacturing or quality of product. While the enclosures vary in size and complexity they are typically found in industries such as pharmaceutical, semiconductor, biotech, medical device, and life sciences, as well as critical process manufacturing common in optics, aerospace, automotive, and military facilities… Read Full Article PDF Here read more
Medical Device Modular Cleanrooms
- Medical Device Manufacturer
- 2 each ISO 7 Cleanrooms with ISO 8 Gown area
- Separate entry to prevent cross contamination to each environment
- Wall mount material pass-thru chambers with interlock
- Smooth FRP chemical resistant white wall finish
Today, there are many sustainability issues when it comes to Modular Cleanrooms ranging from energy efficiency to materials use to long-term adaptability. These issues are also beginning to influence the conversation between those who operate controlled environments and those who design, build, and install them. Modular cleanrooms offer some distinct benefits for those trying to create more sustainable environments. Read the full article here!
Why Use a Modular CMM Enclosure for Aerospace
Cleanrooms by United has the capability to quickly and effectively create a Modular CMM Enclosure to match your budget, space and time frames. We take pride in that having a CMM Enclosure allows our clients to have the dynamic flexibility to make changes and moves while recapturing nearly 100% of the initial material investment. If you were to do a traditional CMM Enclosure, you would be taking more time & money to make the enclosure. Additionally, a traditional construction of a CMM Enclosure would not allow for any recovery of costly building materials.
Application: Aerospace CMM Enclosure
* Stringent temperature and humidity control
* 22’ High walls to accommodate the Z Axis
* Provides isolation from outside manufacturing and debris
* Large roll up door for ease of access
* Tempered glass windows allow viewing of operation within the enclosure
* Locking personnel door protects sensitive computers from unauthorized access
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Project: 3,500 Sq.Ft. – ISO Level 7 Cleanroom
Details: Our client has been an industry leader in injection/blow molding since 1958. Cleanrooms by United was approached to discuss their movement into the Medical Device Industry, which would require an ISO-7 Cleanroom. After meeting and discussing their needs, United was contracted to design build a 3,500 Sq Ft Cleanroom System in their newly purchased 30,000 Sq.Ft. facility.