Optical Cleanrooms

Optical cleanrooms can be very different from standard cleanroom design concepts. Take laser beam utilization as an example. Laser beam diffraction must be addressed, and the beam can be affected by temperature and humidity stability and changes in space (gradients). Although optical cleanrooms may require ISO Class 5 or 6 clean specifications, air velocity can be detrimental to the functionality of the laser. Precision temperature and humidity control can be challenging; however, Precision Cleanrooms has the technical expertise and experience to address low air velocity designs with high air change rates required to maintain high-performance business operation protocol in the optical industry.

Precision Cleanrooms has developed a freestanding modular wall system that is installed in Optical Cleanroom applications. This system includes structural steel, installed to local code (including California codes), and insulated wall panels with powder painted steel finishes, and the system is rated FM Class 1 per ASTM E84 and FM 4480 tests. Precision Environments’ anodized aluminum finishes complete the high-quality fit and finish at a reasonable cost. Added to that, virtually any feature can be incorporated into a finished optical cleanroom.

Optical Cleanrooms Services:

Precision Cleanrooms offers full-service turnkey optical cleanrooms.

 

A2LA Accredited Cleanroom Company
Precision Cleanrooms is a design/build manufacturer of optical cleanrooms with A2LA 17025 accreditation. Precision Cleanrooms is a division of Precision Environments Inc.

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