Wuxi, Jiangsu, China
Follow Us:

07. Biosafety Pass Box For Cleanroom

Share By:

07. Biosafety Pass Box For Cleanroom

Product Features and Applications

Biosafety Pass Box

A Biosafety Pass Box for cleanrooms is a specialized enclosure designed to facilitate the safe transfer of materials between different areas of a cleanroom while maintaining the integrity of the controlled environment. It acts as a barrier, preventing cross-contamination and ensuring the safe exchange of items.

Difference between Biological Safety Pass Box and Conventional Dynamic Pass Box

Biological Safety Pass Boxes and Dynamic Pass Boxes are both utilized for material transfer between distinct clean areas. Their primary differentiation lies in their focus on biological safety and purification methods. Biological Safety Pass Boxes are specifically designed for handling hazardous biological materials, while Dynamic Pass Boxes are designed to meet the general cleanroom material transfer needs.

FeatureBiological Safety Pass BoxConventional Dynamic Pass Box
Containment and Sterility LevelDesigned with HEPA or ULPA filtration, VHP sterilization, etc., to ensure biological safety and purification of materialsFocuses more on preventing particle contamination and maintaining cleanroom cleanliness, with less emphasis on biological safety
Decontamination MethodsUtilizes filtration, VHP sterilization, liquid spraying, immersion, etc., to ensure materials are free from pathogens and harmful contaminantsTypically emphasizes air filtration and particle control
ApplicationsUsed in laboratories handling biohazards, pathogens, and infectious materialsEmployed in industries like electronics manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and optics, mainly to prevent particle contamination affecting product quality
Manufacturing DesignEquipped with leak-tight doors, inflatable seals, automatic pressure testing and a pressure maintenance system to achieve tight sealingFeatures internal negative or positive pressure design, common silicone seals for controlling airborne particle contamination
Regulatory ComplianceAdheres to both biological safety and cleanroom standards, prioritizing biological safety regulations and guidelinesComplies with cleanroom standards and regulations, with a greater focus on particle control and cleanliness

YOUTH Biosafety Pass Box Types

  1. Airtight VHP Pipeline UV Pass Box
  2. Airtight VHP Pipeline Laminar Flow Pass Box
  3. Airtight VHP Pipeline Spray Pass Box
  4. VHP Pass Box
  5. Dunk Tank Pass Box

YOUTH Biosafety Pass Box Features

FeatureAirtight VHP Pipeline UV Pass BoxAirtight VHP Pipeline Laminar Flow Pass BoxAirtight VHP Pipeline Spray Pass BoxVHP Pass BoxDunk Tank Pass Box
ComponentsPressure maintenance system, UV lamp, VHP pipeline system, control system, interlockingPressure maintenance system, UV lamp, air shower system, VHP pipeline system, control system, interlockingPressure maintenance system, VHP system, control system, interlockingPressure maintenance system, VHP system, control system, interlockingPressure maintenance system, liquid tank, control system, interlocking
Main FunctionUV lamp sterilizationUV lamp and air shower sterilizationSpray sterilizationVHP sterilizationSolvent sterilization
Additional FunctionsCan be connected to an external VHP generatorCan be connected to an external VHP generatorCan be connected to an external VHP generator. Can incorporate other sterilization methods.Can incorporate other sterilization methodsCan be used in combination with a pass box, saving installation space

Installation and Maintenance of Biosafety Pass Boxes

Proper installation and regular maintenance are crucial for the optimal performance of Biosafety Pass Boxes:

Proper Installation Guidelines: 
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions and guidelines for the correct installation of the pass box. Ensure that it is properly sealed, connected to the cleanroom HVAC system, and integrated into the workflow.

Regular Maintenance and Cleaning: 
Establish a routine maintenance schedule for cleaning and disinfecting the pass box. Regularly replace HEPA filters and UV lamps, and inspect the seals and gaskets for any wear or damage.

Troubleshooting Common Issues: 
Familiarize yourself with common issues that may arise, such as airflow imbalances, malfunctioning interlocks, or filter clogging. Address these issues promptly to maintain the pass box’s efficiency and safety.

FAQs

Biosafety Pass Boxes are designed to facilitate the safe transfer of materials between different areas of a cleanroom while maintaining the integrity of the controlled environment and preventing cross-contamination.

Yes, Biosafety Pass Boxes have applications in various industries, including pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, healthcare, and research laboratories. They ensure contamination control and safe material transfer in these sectors.

There are two primary types: positive pressure pass boxes and negative pressure pass boxes. Positive pressure pass boxes maintain higher pressure inside the box to prevent airborne contaminants from entering, while negative pressure pass boxes ensure that air flows into the box, preventing the release of hazardous substances.

Biosafety Pass Boxes incorporate features such as interlocking doors, HEPA filters, UV sterilization systems, and air pressure differentials to create a controlled environment. These measures prevent the entry of contaminants and safeguard the transferred materials.

Yes, Biosafety Pass Boxes come in various sizes and can be customized to accommodate different materials or equipment. It is important to select a pass box that suits your specific needs without compromising the cleanliness of the cleanroom environment.

Look for pass boxes that have undergone rigorous testing and certifications, such as HEPA filter efficiency testing and microbial challenge testing. These certifications ensure the performance and reliability of the pass box.

Biosafety Pass Boxes should undergo regular maintenance and cleaning as part of the cleanroom protocol. Establish a routine schedule for cleaning, disinfecting, and replacing filters and UV lamps.

Yes, Biosafety Pass Boxes can be installed in existing cleanrooms. They can be integrated into the cleanroom HVAC system and properly sealed to maintain a controlled environment.

Some common issues include airflow imbalances, malfunctioning interlocks, or filter clogging. It is essential to promptly address these issues to maintain the efficiency and safety of the pass box. Consult the manufacturer’s guidelines or contact their support team for troubleshooting assistance.

YOUTH Biosafety Pass Boxes offer advanced airflow control mechanisms, high-quality stainless steel construction, advanced filtration systems, user-friendly interfaces, and customization options. These features ensure optimal contamination control and meet the specific requirements of cleanroom environments.

YOUTH’s Biosafety Pass Boxes have been widely adopted in industries such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, healthcare facilities, and research laboratories. These industries rely on YOUTH’s pass boxes to maintain a controlled environment, prevent contamination, and ensure the safe transfer of materials.

Yes, YOUTH Biosafety Pass Boxes offer customization options to meet the unique needs of different cleanroom environments. This includes sizing, additional features, and integration with existing cleanroom systems.

Yes, YOUTH Biosafety Pass Boxes adhere to international guidelines and safety standards, including ISO 14644, FDA regulations, and cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices). Compliance with these standards ensures the highest level of contamination control.

The installation time of a Biosafety Pass Box can vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the cleanroom system and the customization requirements. YOUTH provides professional installation services and can provide a timeframe based on the specific project.

Yes, YOUTH Biosafety Pass Boxes can be retrofitted into existing cleanrooms. Their experienced team can assess the cleanroom setup and provide appropriate solutions for seamless integration.

Absolutely! YOUTH designs its pass boxes with user-friendly interfaces and intuitive controls. The aim is to provide ease of operation and ensure that cleanroom personnel can efficiently use the pass boxes without compromising contamination control.

Categories

Contact Us

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.
en_USEnglish
Scroll to Top

download YOUTH's catalogs

Feel free to reach out to our friendly team.

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.

leave a message Now!

Want to discuss our work or a challenge you’re facing?  Leave your details and we’ll get back to you soon.

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.