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Soft Clean Rooms Feature Flexible Design

Soft Clean Rooms Feature Flexible Design and meet ISO5-ISO 8 requirements.
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Hemco’s softwall clean rooms are designed to meet ISO 5-ISO 8 requirements and feature a flexible design that allows them to locate over and around equipment, with the option of mobility using provided casters. The structural framework is made of aircraft-anodized aluminum with clear vinyl curtains around the unit. Curtain options include strips or solid (depending on restriction of access), in either clear or opaque white vinyl. The room includes a fan-powered HEPA filter and fluorescent lighting modules, as well as blank ceiling tiles positioned into a ceiling grid system. Optional entry airlocks can also be incorporated into the design. The HEPA filter modules have power cords and speed controls, and can operate on 115V or 220V power.

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