Cleanroom air handling units (AHUs) are an essential component of any controlled environment where air quality is critical. AHUs are designed to provide a high level of air cleanliness, remove airborne particles while maintaining a controlled environment. This article serves as a guide for cleanroom AHUs, their features, and their benefits.
Cleanroom AHUs are designed to meet the unique requirements of spaces where air quality is vital. These units are equipped with high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters that remove airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns, including dust, bacteria, and viruses.
They are designed to operate at high air changes per hour (ACH) rates to ensure that the air in the room is continually filtered and recirculated.
AHUs in cleanrooms are designed using materials that are resistant to corrosion and contamination. Typically made of stainless steel, aluminium, or other materials to ensure they are easy to clean and disinfect. Additionally, AHUs have seals and gaskets that prevent air leakage and maintain the required air pressure differentials between the cleanroom and adjacent areas.
Cleanroom AHUs offer several benefits for environments where air quality is critical, including research facilities, pharmaceutical labs, and hospitals.
Some of the key benefits of cleanroom AHUs include:
Cleanroom AHUs remove airborne particles and contaminants, resulting in improved air quality and reduced health concerns for occupants.
Cleanroom AHUs are designed to maintain a controlled environment by controlling temperature, humidity, and air pressure. This is critical in environments where even small changes in air quality can affect product quality, research results, and patient outcomes.
Cleanroom AHUs are constructed of materials that are easy to clean and disinfect, reducing the risk of contamination and ensuring that the cleanroom remains sterile.
Cleanroom AHUs are designed to operate at high ACH rates, ensuring that the air in the room is continually filtered and recirculated. This results in reduced energy consumption and lower operating costs.
Cleanroom AHUs are constructed of high-quality materials that are resistant to corrosion and contamination, ensuring a long lifespan and minimal maintenance requirements.
At Air Options, we understand the importance of air quality in critical environments such as research facilities, pharmaceutical labs, and hospitals. Our cleanroom air handling units (AHUs) are designed to provide the highest level of air cleanliness and maintain a controlled environment. Equipped with HEPA filters, our cleanroom AHUs can remove airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns, ensuring that the air quality is optimal for sensitive processes and procedures.
Our cleanroom AHUs are designed and built to meet the specific requirements of each application. We work closely with our customers to understand their needs and design a system that is tailored to their unique requirements. Our team of experienced engineers uses the latest technologies and techniques to ensure that our cleanroom AHUs provide the highest level of performance, reliability, and energy efficiency.
We are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality cleanroom AHUs and exceptional customer service. We stand behind our products and offer comprehensive ongoing support.
Whether you need a new cleanroom AHU or are looking to upgrade an existing system, we have the expertise and experience to meet your needs. Contact us to learn more about our cleanroom AHUs and how we can help you maintain optimal air quality in your critical environment.
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