The time to embed performance and sustainability to a cleanroom design is at the front end of the process.
C2C use digital modelling to assess the interrelationship between process, plant and equipment, verifying the accuracy of a technical solution, before we manufacture and install the room.
Every cleanroom, whether it is being retrofit or as part of a complete new build, needs a seamless interface with its surrounding facility.
3D laser surveys enable our design engineers to ensure that the design solution provided is fully optimised to accommodate any existing mechanical and electrical interfaces or existing building layout requirements.
3D Building Information Modelling
3D building information modelling helps optimise a cleanroom design solution.
CFD Airflow Modelling is used to demonstrate that air-flow patterns do not present a contamination risk. Cleanroom materials, leakage rates, oxygen requirements, exhaust volume and speed as well as air inflow are calculated and balanced to ensure exact requirements are delivered
The below example shows the calculations and modelling to determine the quantity of fan filter units (FFU) required in a GMP facility: 45 FFUs against 60 FFUs.