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Challenging New Complexities in Negative Pressure Cleanrooms

Final handover is imminent for Stancold’s Clean Room Envelope Specialist Team on site in Dartford, following a successful three-week build of a negative pressure cleanroom for pharmaceutical micronisation processes.

Our dedicated cleanroom division were able to put themselves forward to work with this project’s turnkey contractor, and successfully demonstrate outstanding knowledge for such stringent pharmaceutical applications.

The team were an integral component within our client’s design process to ensure that the build met the critical spatial requirements of surrounding existing cleanrooms and a new steelwork frame. To overcome intricacies associated with this, the team recommended Puracore’s Aluminium Honeycomb wall system, where its slim panel options could be optimised where space was at such a premium. A bespoke connecting detail was also developed to transition between different panel thicknesses in order to maintain the exacting internal room dimensions. A Kingspan Versatile ceiling was integrated into the structure to successfully span the full width of the room, requiring minimal suspension but maintaining a walk-on capability.

As a negative pressure environment, specialist sealing details were required to achieve maximum airtightness. Through undertaking similar projects to date, Stancold’s Clean Room Envelope Specialist Team have developed a robust solution that utilises reliable products and a tested installation method to suit the nature of the application.

As we push ahead to completion on site, the team have worked hard to ensure that this complex build was successfully carried out according to the programme and specification.

To discuss appointing a specialist cleanroom envelope contractor for your next project, get in touch with Mark Kendrick on 07585 301425 or send through details here.