Joachim Ludwig

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Thought error: Parts or machine cleaning with a cleaner from the supermarket next door

Cleaning agents that are capable of removing particles and filmic contamination to clean individual parts, assemblies and machines for cleanroom applications and clean areas cannot be avoided.

Topics: Denkfehler der Reinraumtechnik

Cleanroom-compatible control cabinet

Very often it is necessary to install control cabinets or boxes directly in the cleanroom or in process machines.  Therefore these cabinets or boxes must have a number of properties that enable them to be used in the cleanroom. In addition to a surface that is easy to clean and disinfect (stainless steel or powder-coated), they should also be able to dissipate the heat loads generated inside to the environment. There are two possible ways:

Topics: Produktinformationen

The art of working cleanly: All good things come from above?

Cleanroom technology has experienced an enormous boom worldwide in the last 20 years. This cross-sectional technology is seen almost everywhere as a component of a modern and forward-looking manufacturing and research environment. Cleanroom technology has established itself as an important industry.

A comparison of cleanroom and cleanroom cabins: Hardwall and Softwall

The conception and planning of a cleanroom depends primarily on the requirements placed on it. In some cases a grey room is already sufficient, but especially in the technology, research and pharmaceutical sectors as well as in the food industry strict guidelines apply.

Topics: cleanroom technology

8 rules you should know when planning a cleanroom

Planning a cleanroom is always an individual and complex process, in which all future uses and of course also the local conditions must be considered. Since the requirements vary from company to company, many manufacturers offer modular systems and components and also respond to special requests.

Topics: Reinraumtechnik

Cleanliness suitability of operating material

Some industries must work under “clean” conditions, because even dust particle or outgassing can make a complete product batch unusable. What does cleanliness suitability exactly mean? How is it measured and how can it be determined? Would production under “pure” conditions also be a decisive competitive factor for your company? We will answer these questions for you in this blog article.

Topics: cleanliness suitability