Roofs and Ceilings
The new panels were on display at on Arclynn stand at ContaminExpo in Paris
Dycem offers 360 degree contamination solution– 5-Oct-2012
New wall and ceiling panels control airborne contamination
Bioquell ICE-pod helps control infection– 1-Oct-2012
Temporary enclosure is tailored to an individual bed space
Versatile Packagers adds cleanroom at Tampa plant– 29-Nov-2011
Provides a controlled environment for handling food-related products
MTC to build cleanroom for contract packer– 21-Mar-2011
Wasdell Packaging will open new building in May
Does not have a dust-collecting window ledge
Ardmac, a UK supplier of Dagard cleanroom systems, has completed one cleanroom and secured the contract to build another in Ireland.
German engineering company M+W Zander has won a contract from the Finnish battery manufacturer European Batteries to engineer and construct the process rooms of its new battery factory in Varkaus, Finland. The factory will produce lithium ion battery cells for the automotive industry, the energy sector and other industrial applications. Production is scheduled to start next year. The factory has a planned annual capacity of 300MWh.
Build in hygiene– 23-Sep-2011
Hospitals have many special requirements that can have an impact on the construction of ceilings. The materials used need to be easy to clean, hygienic and, where possible, antimicrobial. Often piping, ductwork and plant must be located in the ceiling void. Ceilings must meet performance standards and guidance laid down by healthcare bodies and governments, such as in the UK the Health Building Notes (HBNs) and Health Technical Memoranda (HTM)
Panel power in food facilities– 23-Nov-2010
Hygiene is essential in food production facilities. Peter Denford, md, Panel Projects, illustrates how food-safe panels provided the hygienic construction solution required by London-based Millers Bakery
Keep surgical instruments prion-free– 17-Oct-2005
Since the BSE scare, hospital sterile service departments have looked to new standards of equipment decontamination. Edward Mant of Ultrawave describes how ultrasonic technology helps.
Satisfying the safety of an assembly system– 12-Feb-2003
An assembly system for manufacturing medical devices has to meet the demands of the customer and satisfy safety and contractual requirements. Jean-François Bauer explains Mikron's methodology