Cleanroom Design

Western Environmental CorporationĀ is the engineering, manufacturing, and construction leader in cleanroom technology. We are your source for all cleanroom design and development from start to completion.

With extensive experience in engineering cleanrooms that have been customized for our pharmaceutical, medical, nanotechnology, and industrial clients, we welcome the unique project design specifications of all customers.

Western Environmental Corporation is the engineering, manufacturing, and construction leader in cleanroom technology. We are your source for all cleanroom design and development from start to completion. With extensive experience in engineering cleanrooms that have been customized for our pharmaceutical, medical, nanotechnology, and industrial clients, we welcome the unique project design specifications of all customers.

We gladly design each cleanroom specifically with the client in mind. After all, each cleanroom requires specific considerations for its intended uses. The specifications of designing a cleanroom must be coordinated by the design team and the clients that will be impacted by its use. There are many factors that go into the design of each cleanroom. First of all, there is the HEPA or ULPA filter, which filters particles as minute as 0.3 microns. Then there is the specific architecture of the cleanroom. It must be created to achieve and maintain air flow so that the entirety of the air in the isolated area moves with uniform velocity along parallel flow lines.

There must be methods of measurement and instrumentation to control contamination; with specific attention paid to air flow and velocity, humidity, temperature, surface cleanliness, and particle count. Electrostatic discharge can cause damage and also needs to be addressed. Ventilation and make-up air are required to maintain the isolated indoor air quality and replace process exhaust to build pressurization. This pressurization should be maintained at static pressures which are higher than atmospheric pressure, preventing wind infiltration. Finally, temperature and humidity controls help prevent condensation, corrosion, and static electricity.

The calibration of each of these systems must be adjusted to each room and hinge on the client’s specifications. This is why our owners are fully involved in the design process. With the amount of science and engineering required to build each unit accurately, it is crucial that the completed room addresses the customer’s purpose for its conception.

As industry leaders in cleanroom design and construction, Western Environmental Corporation manages projects across the nation. Our expertise spans the entire development process of cleanrooms from the initial concept to the final product. We can also ensure that we will implement your facility’s cleanroom project within the specified time and budget. Give us a call today to discuss your operation’s potential cleanroom design.