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.
When it comes to cleanroom design, there’s a lot to consider. How clean does it need to be? What are the target dimensions? Where will it be located in your facility?
At Western Environmental, we take your exact specifications and budget into account and design a custom cleanroom that checks off every box on your must-have list. For expert cleanroom design, turn to the trusted knowledge and experience of Western Environmental—we’ve been a leader in cleanroom engineering, manufacturing, and construction since 1993.
At Western Environmental, we understand that the quality of your products is dependent on the quality of your research, development, and manufacturing processes. Oftentimes, these processes require clean rooms, metrology labs and other stringently controlled environments in order to reach the level of quality your industry demands. That’s why Western Environmental provides expert design, construction and testing services for a wide range of controlled environmental enclosures.
Designed with You in Mind
Serving the pharmaceutical, medical, industrial, nanotechnology, aerospace, automotive and other sectors, Western Environmental tailors every cleanroom to the specific needs of each client. It all starts with our professional design team. From day one, our team will work with you to understand the unique specifications of your project and your industry. As we move through the design process, we’ll ensure that every decision made complies with your specifications.
Factors in Cleanroom Design
The design of any cleanroom is contingent on a variety of factors, some of which are:
Filtration – Depending on the efficiency required, we’ll incorporate either HEPA or ULPA filters into the design.
Architecture – The room must be designed in such a way as to maintain proper airflow. Air should move with uniform velocity along parallel flow lines.
Ventilation – To maintain the indoor air quality (IAQ) inside the room and replace process exhaust to build pressurization, an efficient ventilation system is necessary.
Temperature and Humidity Control – Controlling the temperature and humidity inside a cleanroom helps prevent condensation, corrosion and static electricity.
Leveraging our knowledge of cleanroom science and engineering, we’ll design a cleanroom that lets you calibrate each system and room according to your exact needs. In the end, you’ll receive a cleanroom that serves your intended purpose.
Western Environmental Cleanroom Design
From the initial concept to project completion, Western Environmental will be there for you every step of the way. Put our 25+ years of expertise in cleanroom design and construction to work for you – contact us today to learn more about our cleanroom engineering, manufacturing and construction services.