The chemical shower system is designed to provide a safe and effective way for personnel to decontaminate themselves and their protective clothing after entering or exiting a potentially contaminated area. The system uses a pressurized pump and valve group to automatically proportion and dispense the necessary chemicals, which are then atomized and sprayed onto the protective clothing using ultra-fine nozzles. This ensures that the entire surface of the clothing is effectively covered and disinfected.
A chemical shower is a type of emergency decontamination equipment that is used to remove hazardous chemicals from the body. It typically consists of a showerhead or series of nozzles that are mounted on a wall or ceiling, and it is connected to a water supply. The person being decontaminated stands under the showerhead or nozzles and water is sprayed over their body to remove the hazardous chemicals. Chemical showers are commonly used in laboratories, industrial facilities, and other settings where hazardous chemicals are used or handled. They are typically used in emergency situations to quickly decontaminate individuals who have been exposed to hazardous chemicals.
A chemical shower system is mainly used for cleaning and disinfecting the surface of positive-pressure protective clothing in biosafety laboratories (ABSL-3, BSL-4) of positive-pressure protective clothing.
In addition to the automatic spray system, the chemical shower also includes a manual emergency spray function in case of any unexpected situations. The control system is intelligent and automatic, with the ability to monitor and control the liquid level and pH value, as well as provide real-time alarms in case of any abnormalities.
The chemical shower system is constructed using high-quality materials such as 316L stainless steel and PVDF, which are resistant to corrosion and can withstand the harsh chemicals used in the decontamination process. The system is also equipped with a double airbag inflatable airtight door and a pneumatic biosafety sealed floor drain to ensure the airtightness of the system and prevent the escape of contaminants.
Overall, the chemical shower system provides a comprehensive and effective solution for decontaminating personnel and their protective clothing in biosafety laboratories and other potentially contaminated environments.
The system uses a pressurized pump group, valve group, and pipeline system to automatically dispense and spray chemicals on the positive-pressure protective clothing. The use of ultra-fine atomizing nozzles ensures that the chemical agent is evenly and thoroughly applied to the protective clothing, effectively inactivating and removing any dangerous pathogens that may be present.
The Chemical Shower System is made of high-quality materials such as 316L stainless steel, PVDF, and polyethylene, ensuring its durability and corrosion resistance. It also features an intelligent automatic control system, with alarm and remote monitoring functions for the liquid level and pH value. The system is equipped with a double airbag inflatable airtight door for added safety, as well as a pneumatic biosafety-sealed floor drain to ensure air tightness.
In summary, the Chemical Shower System is a critical piece of equipment for ensuring the safety of personnel and the cleanliness of the surrounding environment in biosafety laboratories. It provides a comprehensive cleaning and disinfection process for positive pressure protective clothing, helping to prevent the spread of pathogens and protect the health and well-being of those working in the laboratory.
How to choose cleanroom chemical shower for your cleanroom projects?
There are a few factors to consider when choosing a cleanroom chemical shower for your cleanroom projects:
Size: Make sure the chemical shower is large enough to accommodate the people and materials that will be using it.
Material: Chemical showers are typically made of stainless steel or other corrosion-resistant materials. Choose a material that is suitable for the specific requirements of your cleanroom.
Flow rate: The flow rate of the chemical shower should be sufficient to rinse contaminants from the body or materials within a reasonable amount of time.
Spray pattern: Choose a chemical shower with a spray pattern that is suitable for your needs. For example, a fine mist may be more effective at removing contaminants from certain materials.
Certification: Make sure the chemical shower you choose is certified for use in cleanrooms or controlled environments. This ensures that it meets the necessary standards for cleanliness and contamination control.
It’s also a good idea to work with a supplier who has experience in providing cleanroom chemical showers and can help you choose the right product for your needs.
What is cleanroom chemical shower used for?
A cleanroom chemical shower is a specialized shower designed for use in cleanrooms or controlled environments. It is used to decontaminate people, materials, and equipment by rinsing away contaminants that may be present on their surfaces.
Chemical showers are commonly used in industries such as pharmaceutical manufacturing, semiconductor manufacturing, and biotechnology, where it is critical to maintain a high level of cleanliness and control over the environment to prevent contamination of products or processes.
In a cleanroom, chemical showers are used to remove contaminants from people and materials before they enter the cleanroom. This helps to prevent contamination of the cleanroom and ensure that the products or processes being carried out within the cleanroom remain pure and uncontaminated.
Chemical showers are also used to decontaminate people and materials when they leave the cleanroom. This helps to prevent contaminants from being carried out of the cleanroom and potentially contaminating other areas.