Recently, we have been delving deeper into the world of modular cleanrooms here on the Angstrom Technology blog, looking at their benefits, our processes when it comes to designing and building them, what goes into a modular cleanroom including the different wall types, and how they are best used. In this final article in the series, we’re rounding up and summarising everything you may need to know when it comes to your next modular cleanroom project.
What is a modular cleanroom?
A modular cleanroom is a cleanroom that is built from prefabricated, manufactured components, assembled to your specifications on-site, and our range of modular cleanroom structures can be custom-built to meet your exact needs. The ideal modular cleanroom will depend on your timescales, process, physical space, and budget, so having a modular cleanroom design means that the environment in which you and your team are working can be extended or relocated, so you can grow production areas as demand increases.
Why choose a modular cleanroom?
One of the main benefits of a modular cleanroom is how quickly they can be built, with minimal disruption to your facility. If required and dependent upon requirements, our modular cleanrooms can be manufactured in as little as two weeks, and installed in a matter of days!
We know that a one-size-fits-all approach isn’t always appropriate when it comes to cleanroom solutions, with each industry’s unique requirements for a bespoke facility to perform a specific process. Modular cleanrooms have many customisable options, with a range of tailored solutions available.
All our modular cleanrooms are designed with scalability at the forefront, offering unmatched flexibility to meet your changing needs. Whether that be an expanding facility, increasing production or adapting to changing regulations, our modular cleanrooms empower you to scale operations effortlessly.
Our experienced and knowledgeable team of designers and engineers take the time to fully understand your project and its unique challenges, looking into the right options for your project, and formulating a plan to guide you through the whole process. There are three stages when it comes to creating your ideal modular cleanroom environment:
- Design: Once the project requirements have been established, the cleanroom is taken from paper space to digital space, utilising our market-leading software.
- Procurement: Once the cleanroom design has been approved, our dedicated team proceed with ordering and sourcing the components, following the set-out procurement plan. Lead times and logistics are handled within this phase of the project, with everyone working to the same delivery schedule.
- Installation: The installation is where the designs truly come to life! Materials are dispatched from our warehouse and arrive on-site for the construction process. Following the installation plan, our team of professionals work together on-site, constructing the cleanroom environment.
There are many sectors in which Angstrom Technology works, thanks to the diverse and extensive knowledge of our expert team, the technology we work with and the flexibility of the services we offer.
Whether it be working in the Cell & Gene Therapy sector delivering GMP classified manufacturing facilities and training laboratories, working in the Semiconductor & Dry Rooms sector, building battery dry rooms, or working within the Aerospace sector, working on satellite engineering cleanrooms, there is no job too big or complex, and we will always work with you to understand the challenges you face and collaboratively work to building an environment that meets your specifications and needs. To find out more about the sectors we work in, along with relevant case studies, click here.
If you’d like to discuss your next project with us, or would like to know more about our modular cleanrooms, contact us today.