Most cleanrooms installed today (over 90 percent) are positive-pressure rooms that are categorized according to ISO 14644-1 cleanroom classifications, which rank clean rooms according to the number of particles per cubic meter by micrometer size.
This is an effective way of classifying positive-pressure clean rooms — and indicating how “clean” they are — because positive-pressure rooms are designed to eject air and any particulates. . . Continue reading
If you’re considering a portable spray booth for waterborne paints, you’re probably doubly concerned about dry times and cure quality.
For one, waterborne paint has a reputation for being difficult to work with — or at least it requires a different approach than traditional solve-based paints.
Second, lots of questions arise about the ability of a portable spray booth to provide the right airflow and degree of environmental control to facilitate quality cures and expedited dry times. After all, many. . . Continue reading
Today’s controlled manufacturing environments can benefit from non-vented clean room dust collector systems in a number of ways.
In contrast to vented clean room dust collector setups, non-vented clean room dust collectors can be engineered for flexible, modular configurations that:
Support lean manufacturing
Save on HVAC expenses
To understand these benefits, one first has to understand the fundamental differences between a vented/fixed approach to creating a clean room environment vs. . . Continue reading
Duroair Technologies Inc. engineers and manufactures flexible end-to-end clean air solutions that have a positive impact on the bottom line for industrial facilities. Our signature product is a patent-pending retractable enclosure system, which can be engineered to meet EHS requirements for processes ranging from spray booth finishing to clean room production.
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