How to extend Clean Room Life CycleThe demand for clean room usage is continuing to grow, and they are used for many activities including packaging for the food and beverage industry and production of pharmaceuticals, medical supplies, and nutraceuticals. The rooms also vary in cleanliness based on the types of processes being conducted within the room.
One of the main advantages of modular construction is that clean rooms can be easily moved or added on to at a later date. This not only provides a great tax benefit, but also allows for the room to be easily expanded and extends the life cycle of the room. Furthermore, by addressing the issue of future expansion early on, you can be better prepared and eliminate unnecessary down time in later.
Some clean rooms opt to use intermediate level expansions by creating micro environments. These are smaller areas within the room and typically operate at a higher standard of cleanliness. These areas are used to conduct specific process and often house specialized equipment. Laminar flow benches are also a favorable option for increasing the cleanliness level of a micro environment.
There are some other ways to increase the overall output and life cycle of a clean room. Clean rooms are known for their high quality HVAC and humidity control units. These are often paired with HEPA filter to control air borne particulates. By ensuring that these systems are well maintained and operating properly you can also further extend the life of your cleanroom.
Modular construction is a great option that can help extend the life cycle of your clean room. By planning ahead and being ready for future expansion, your room will last longer and take a more environmentally conscious stance.