Our Clean Room Solutions create the sterile environments needed for precise production and research.
Numerous international manufacturers work with FläktGroup‘s Clean Room Technology as a result of our expertise in developing reliable and effective contamination control methods for Clean Rooms.
Clean Room solutions from FläktGroup permit users to coordinate all critical parameters precisely with the requirements of respective production processes and to systematically control decontamination of room air. These solutions control air pressure, temperature, and moisture – especially the contamination with fine dust, skin particles and bacteria – and keep these contaminants away from products and processes.
Effective and precise clean rooms design is essential for semiconductor production and pharmaceutical industries, as well as companies in the chemical industry, space technology, and optics and laser technology perform research and production; where we see that conditions in these industries are increasingly relying upon Clean Room conditions.
Technical, chemical, and biological quality products with highly sensitive manufacturing processes are further processed in hermetically sealed areas that demand room air that is virtually dust-free. The manufacturing process itself, however, requires ambient air absolutely free of particulates.
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