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F&B/Pharmaceutical Packaging Cleanrooms
F&B/Pharmaceutical Packaging Cleanrooms

Cleanroom Level:FS209E 100-100,000 / ISO 5-8
Brand:E-Clean
Place of Manufacture:Wuxi, China
Available Sizes:Customized to Fit your Needs
Dust Removal Rate:99.995%
Bacteria Removal Rate:99.995%
Negative Ion Concentration:50,000/m3
Contact Email:international@cleanroomhub.com
Contact Phone:(+86) 188-1620-2828
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Product Details

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Food & Beverage and Pharmaceutical Packaging Cleanroom Floorplans

Due to the unique requirements of packaging cleanrooms, special steps must be taken in planning their layout. Packaging cleanrooms for food/beverage and pharmaceutical applications must plan properly for the flow of both people and material in and out of the cleanroom. Additionally, pressure gradients must achieve proper levels to ensure a sterile environment. When designing a F/B or pharmaceutical packaging cleanroom, the following considerations are vital to a successful operation:

(1) An airlock must be established adjacent to the main operating cleanroom in order to ensure that air from areas with lower cleanliness levels does not contaminate the packaging environment.

(2) Lab and packaging staff must change shoes and apparel and wash their hands before passing through the buffer room and the airlock.

(3) Any materials passing from a non-clean area into the clean area must pass through a pass box for disinfection. Any items moving from a level of lower cleanliness to a level of higher cleanliness must also follow this procedure.


Food & Beverage and Pharmaceutical Packaging Cleanroom Structure

According to "Clean Workshop Design Standards", cleanrooms must use materials that do not produce or collect dust particles. Cleanrooms must also be free of blind corners, and use only approved metal materials in construction in order to maintain a high level of durability.


 

 Food & Beverage and Pharmaceutical Packaging Cleanroom Flooring

F/B and pharmaceutical packaging cleanrooms should use solvent based epoxy resin for floor coating. This material is dense, non-dust producing, crack-resistant, load-bearing, temperature resistant, static resistant, slip resistant, scratch resistant, and is available in a variety of great-looking colors.


Lighting Solutions

Clean area lights should connect directly to and have suction with the ceiling, whereas non-clean areas can use normal fluorescent lamps. UV lamps should have their own independent controls.


Air Purification Solutions

According to regulations, cleanrooms must have an air purification system. This system is typically installed on the roof of the facility, and can consist of single or multiple units. The system's pipes are made from high-quality galvanized steel, which we manufacture ourselves. Air purifications systems are only part of the entire cleanroom solution. They work in concert with other equipment that controls airflow direction, eliminates dust, and controls humidity in the environment. Variable speed fans should be employed to reduce energy use when the cleanroom is not in use.


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Food & Beverage and Pharmaceutical Packaging Cleanroom Requirements

(1) The cleanroom must have sufficient airflow to dilute or remove contaminants.

(2) The air in the cleanroom must flow from the cleanroom to less clean areas before being purified and returning to the clean area.确。

(3) The air flowing into the cleanroom must not increase the level of contaminants in the cleanroom.

(4) The air purification system must keep all areas of the cleanroom free from high concentrations of contaminants.


 Food & Beverage and Pharmaceutical Packaging Testing Procedures

(1)    Ventilation

For turbulent flow cleanrooms the air change rate must be tested; for laminar flow cleanrooms the air speed must be tested.

(2) Airflow Control Between Areas

In order to ensure that air is flowing in the proper direction--from cleaner areas to less clean areas--the following testing procedures must be performed:

(a)     Check for leaks in filters and filter frames in order to prevent contaminant leakage

(b) Inspect insulation and buffer areas to make sure that contaminants do not seep through cracks or holes in the walls.

(c) Cleanroom airflow must meet the following requirements: 1) For turbulent flow cleanrooms, airflow must be uniform throughout the cleanroom so that every area will be free of contaminants. 2) For laminar flow cleanrooms, the air velocity must meet design standards in every part of the space.

(d) If the cleanroom passes inspections a-c, measure the concentration of dust particles and/or microorganisms to confirm that your cleanroom is operating at the desired level.

(3)    Other Tests

In addition to the tests described above, the temperature, humidity, decibel level, level of vibration, etc. should all be measured on a regular basis to ensure that these values are within tolerance of standard values.

 

Packaging Cleanroom Cleanliness Levels

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