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Cleanroom design and installation
Production and research areas in medical technology are classified GMP areas where biological and chemical contamination
is out of the question. These rooms are classified according to an ISO class. Among other things, ISO 14644 lays down international agreements regarding the construction, use and cleaning of cleanrooms.
Cleanroom Combination Group has developed several cleanroom concepts that take these requirements into account.
The wall in the CCG-3 system is constructed with a Metal Stud structure with multiple cladding of durable plasterboard, covered with Trespa Toplab Vertical 3 mm and round stainless steel or powder-coated profiles for the wall/wall and wall/ceiling transitions. The integration of technology and window frames is fully detailed, ensuring airtightness and optimal disinfection. Transport options are created by means of pass-through cabinets and/or goods transport areas in the walls.
The CCG-6 system is a robust system and can be applied directly to the metal framework, thus avoiding the use of plasterboard. Round stainless steel or powder-coated profiles for wall/wall and wall/ceiling transitions are also used in the 6 mm system.
The Puracore wall system is a modular FM-approved system and VHP resistant. The standard panels are 12 mm thick and have a core of aluminium honeycomb, covered with coated steel plate or stainless steel.
The CCG metal wall system is made of steel frame. You can choose from plasterboard covered with coated steel plate or stainless steel, or a 10-mm aluminium honeycomb lining panel. Attachment by means of magnets makes it possible to adapt the technology in or behind the wall in a very short time resulting in minimal disruption to the operational processes.
Cleanroom ceiling and floor
The ceiling of the cleanroom can be designed as a suspended ceiling, equipped with metal cassettes, sealed acoustic panels or as a Metal Stud ceiling with CCG cleanroom coating or Trespa Toplab Vertical 3 mm, for maximum airtightness.
The floor can be finished with a high-quality PVC or epoxy cast floor and a flush-to-wall skirting board, internal and external 3D angles and door connections sloping down to 0.
Interior work of the cleanroom
The cleanroom furniture is produced by Trespa Toplab Vertical and is integrated flush in the wall. Hollow spaces, seams that are hard to clean and parts that are hard to reach are avoided. Cabinets are finished all the way up to the ceiling, so that they cannot collect dust or ‘temporary’ goods. Accessories such as clog racks, dispensers and step over benches complete the rooms.