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What are the Cleanroom Equipments?

Cleanroom equipment is special equipment designed for the use environment of the clean room and following special standard protocols. Cleanroom equipment includes Pass-Box, LAF, Air/Mist Shower, Bio-Safety Cabinet, and more. All equipment is designed and used under the premise of controlling polluting particles and ensuring a clean working environment. These facilities have facilities to serve biotech pharmaceuticals, microelectronics, laboratories, semiconductor units, and hospitals.

Cleanroom equipment is designed to meet specific cleanliness standards and is typically made from materials that are easy to clean and do not shed particles. It is also often designed with features such as smooth surfaces and rounded corners to minimize the accumulation of contaminants.

Pass Box / Pass-Through

Cleanroom Pass-Box is a special equipment used to transfer items in clean rooms or spaces of different cleanliness levels. The most basic Cleanroom Pass-Box consists of two airtight doors with inspection windows mounted on a stainless steel cube. The overall shape is square and equipped with a mechanical/electronic interlock. The two doors on the locking Cleanroom Pass-Box cannot be opened at the same time to avoid cross-contamination. Some models of PP will be equipped with UV lamps for disinfection, or HEPA kits for cleaning.

Dynamic Pass Box

A cleanroom dynamic pass box is a specialized piece of equipment that is used in cleanrooms and other controlled environments to prevent contamination and maintain

Biosafety Pass Box

A biosafety pass box is a specialized piece of equipment that is used in laboratories and other environments where biological materials are handled. It is

Laminar Airflow Unit – LAF

The LAF laminar flow system is an air circulation solution featuring unidirectional airflow that provides protection for work areas of different spatial sizes. Wherein the relevant fluid layers are oriented in any particular layer of the fluidized bed. Unidirectional airflow is airflow that flows in one direction and is not interrupted by any turbulence. The direction of unidirectional airflow can be horizontal (cross flow) or vertical (downflow). Pure and low-turbulence airflow (laminar airflow) flows vertically into the working area of ​​the nacelle and escapes to the surrounding area close to the ground – airborne particulate matter is captured and removed in a controlled manner. And laminar flow should also flow without any lateral mixing or cross flow. With unidirectional airflow, a particle-free environment is achieved, allowing critical processes to operate to the highest standards. The air in the LAF laminar flow system is (nearly) free of particles and microorganisms, preventing harmful product and process contamination.

The integrated exhaust system of the LAF laminar flow system generates a slight negative pressure in the working area of ​​the downflow booth, providing permanent protection of the surrounding working area from contamination. And there is no need to connect the air recirculation pod to an on-site air supply or exhaust system.
Laminar flow solutions are available in a variety of configurations and are designed to provide a safe localized work area for a variety of applications. The LAF Workbench can also provide product protection for small to medium workflows at laboratory scale.


Scope of application of the LAF laminar flow system: Sampling for pharmaceutical and related applications, general process technology and aseptic filling.

Transfer Trolley – LAF Cart

A cleanroom LAF cart is a type of air filtration device that is used in cleanrooms and other controlled environments. It is similar to a

Fan Filter Unit – FFU

A Fan Filter Unit (FFU) is a ceiling-mounted air filtration device that is used in cleanrooms and other controlled environments. It consists of an internal

Clean Operation Bench

A clean operation bench is a workspace that is specifically designed to be free of contaminants and debris. This type of workspace is typically used

Decontamination Shower

A cleanroom decontamination shower is a specialized showering facility used to remove contaminants from people, equipment, and other materials entering a cleanroom. Cleanrooms are specialized environments that are designed to minimize the presence of contaminants such as dust, microbes, and other particles. They are commonly found in industries where precise and controlled environments are necessary, such as pharmaceutical manufacturing, semiconductor production, and medical device manufacturing.

Cleanroom decontamination showers typically have a high-pressure water system that sprays water from multiple nozzles at a rapid rate, effectively removing contaminants from the surface of the person or object being decontaminated. The showers may also have additional features such as air blowers and drying systems to help remove excess water and dry the person or object after decontamination.

Cleanroom decontamination showers are an important part of maintaining the cleanliness and control of a cleanroom environment. They are used to prevent the introduction of contaminants into the cleanroom, which could potentially compromise the quality and integrity of the products being produced or tested in the cleanroom.

CleanRoom Water Shower

A cleanroom water shower is a type of shower that is specifically designed for use in cleanrooms and other controlled environments. It is typically used

CleanRoom Mist Shower

A mist shower is a type of shower that uses a fine mist of water rather than a steady stream of water. Mist showers are

CleanRoom Air Shower

An air shower is a type of cleanroom equipment that is used to remove particles and contaminants from people and objects before they enter a

Biosafety Purification Equipment

Cleanroom biosafety purification equipment refers to the tools and materials used to purify the air in a cleanroom to ensure that it is safe for use in handling biological materials. Cleanrooms are specialized environments that are designed to minimize the presence of contaminants such as dust, microbes, and other particles. They are commonly found in industries where precise and controlled environments are necessary, such as pharmaceutical manufacturing, semiconductor production, and medical device manufacturing.

Cleanroom biosafety purification equipment may include:

  • Air filtration systems: These systems remove contaminants from the air, such as bacteria and viruses, to ensure that the air in the cleanroom is safe for handling biological materials.
  • Negative pressure systems: These systems create a pressure differential between the cleanroom and the surrounding area, which helps to prevent contaminants from entering the cleanroom.
  • Biological safety cabinets: These enclosed workstations provide a sterile environment for handling biological materials and have air filtration systems to remove contaminants from the air.
  • Decontamination equipment: This may include UV light systems or chemical decontamination systems that are used to decontaminate surfaces or equipment in the cleanroom.

Cleanroom biosafety purification equipment is essential for ensuring the safety of workers and the integrity of products being produced or tested in a cleanroom environment. It is designed to meet specific safety and cleanliness standards to minimize the risk of contamination.

VHP Sterilizer

A VHP (Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide) sterilizer is a device that uses vaporized hydrogen peroxide to sterilize equipment and surfaces. VHP sterilizers work by releasing a

Chemical Shower

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

Biosafety Dunk Tank

A cleanroom biosafety dunk tank is a specialized containment system used in cleanrooms and other controlled environments to safely collect and dispose of hazardous biological

Biological Safety Cabinet

A cleanroom biological safety cabinet is a specialized workspace used in environments where it is important to maintain a high level of cleanliness and prevent

Bag In Bag Out – BIBO

Cleanroom bag in bag out (BIBO) is a technique used to decontaminate personnel before entering a cleanroom environment. It involves placing contaminated items, such as

Pharmaceutical Booth

A pharmaceutical booth is a specialized enclosure that is used in the pharmaceutical industry to provide a controlled environment for handling and processing drugs and other pharmaceutical products. These booths are designed to minimize the presence of contaminants such as dust, microbes, and other particles that could potentially compromise the quality and efficacy of the products being handled.

Pharmaceutical booths typically have a high level of air filtration and circulation to remove contaminants from the air and maintain a clean environment. They may also have features such as negative pressure systems, which create a pressure differential between the booth and the surrounding area to prevent contaminants from entering the booth, and UV light systems to kill or inactivate microbes.

Pharmaceutical booths may be used for a variety of tasks, such as filling and packaging medication, handling and testing raw materials, and performing quality control testing. They may be stand-alone units or integrated into larger cleanroom facilities.

The design and construction of pharmaceutical booths is regulated by various pharmaceutical industry standards and guidelines to ensure the safety and quality of the products being handled.

Module Clean Room

A modular cleanroom is a prefabricated cleanroom that is composed of standardized components or modules. These modules can be easily assembled and disassembled, allowing the

Cleanroom Weighing Booth

A cleanroom weighing booth is a type of enclosure that is designed to provide a controlled environment for the weighing of materials. It is typically

Cleanroom Sampling Booth

A cleanroom sampling room is a specialized area within a cleanroom that is designed to provide a controlled environment for collecting samples. This is important

Cleanroom Dispensing Booth

A cleanroom dispensing booth is a type of enclosure that is designed to provide a controlled environment for the handling and dispensing of materials. It

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