Cleanrooms

  1. Windows for Medical Rooms, Surgical Rooms, and Hospitals

    Windows for Medical Rooms, Surgical Rooms, and Hospitals

    Terra Universal provides a wide selection of hygienic windows that can accommodate virtually any hospital, pharmacy, medical office, or surgical window requirement.

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  2. Medical Entry Systems and Containment Doors for Healthcare, Hospitals, and Clinics

    Medical Entry Systems and Containment Doors for Healthcare, Hospitals, and Clinics

    Terra Universal is a manufacturer and supplier of a broad selection of healthcare, hospitals, and ICU doors. Beneficially, Terra's onshore manufacturing facilities offer a wide and deep inventory for various medical and surgical door styles.

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  3. How Do I Calculate Cleanroom Fan Filter Ceiling Coverage?

    How Do I Calculate Cleanroom Fan Filter Ceiling Coverage?

    Cleanroom fan filter coverage is an important consideration when designing and constructing a cleanroom. Fan filter coverage is largely determined by cleanroom air flow requirements. A room with faster air change rates requires more airflow, thus will also require additional fan filter units to achieve the desired air flow velocity and room air change rates.

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  4. Methods of Cleanroom Air Flow Calibration - Tips for Balancing and Calibration

    Methods of Cleanroom Air Flow Calibration - Tips for Balancing and Calibration

    cleanroom is an environment that must maintain a specific concentration of airborne particles per cubic meter. Cleanrooms are usually defined by the maximum allowable concentration of airborne particles in the room. To achieve and maintain a specific cleanliness level, the room is supplied with a continuous supply of HEPA filtered air.

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  5. Terra Cleanroom Filter Replacements for Cleanrooms and Controlled Environments

    Terra Cleanroom Filter Replacements for Cleanrooms and Controlled Environments

    When searching for "True" HEPA filters, H13, or IEST rated HEPA filters, not all classifications of HEPA filters are created equal. There are numerous groups and classifications that further distill HEPA performance ratings into more specific performance categories.

    Terra’s HEPA and ULPA filters are specially designed for use in cleanrooms, labs, and precision assembly areas. They come in a wide range of sizes for use in Terra work stations, cleanrooms, and many other applications. They can also be used as final filtration in standalone purification systems.

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  6. What Are the Different Types of Clean Room Classes and Standards?

    What Are the Different Types of Clean Room Classes and Standards?

    cleanroom is an environment that must maintain a specific concentration and size of airborne particles per cubic meter. To achieve and maintain a specific cleanliness classification, the room is supplied with a continuous supply of HEPA filtered air.

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  7. Cleanroom Installation Methods, DIY Strategy, and Planning Tips

    Cleanroom Installation Methods, DIY Strategy, and Planning Tips

    A cleanroom is a controlled, enclosed environment that is usually constructed inside of an existing building space. At minimum, hardwall cleanroom construction packages will include walls, windows, doors, a ceiling grid, ample lighting, and fan filter units to supply HEPA filtered air.

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  8. Cleanroom FAQs

    Cleanroom FAQs

    A cleanroom provides a controlled, isolated environment for handling contamination­sensitive substances or for protecting the exterior environment from dangerous substances in the controlled area. The density of sub­micron and larger airborne particle contamination inside a cleanroom is kept within tightly controlled limits by forcing clean, filtered air into the cleanroom.

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  9. How Do I Choose the Right Casters for Cleanroom Carts or Chairs?

    How Do I Choose the Right Casters for Cleanroom Carts or Chairs?

    If you've ever inspected the feet and casters of typical office equipment, most are inhabited by a fine layer of dust, organic matter, and detritus. In most environments, objects that come in contact with the floor are expected to be dirty. In cleanrooms, maintaining ultra clean flooring is a key battleground in preventing the continual spread of contamination from one workstation or work area to another.

    The appropriate choice of cleanroom chairs, carts, ladders and other free-standing equipment will ultimately affect the lifespan, ease of cleaning, and overall aesthetic of a cleanroom floor. Casters and leveling feet are particularly important for cleanroom floors with sensitive antibacterial or ESD surface coatings.

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  10. Compare Cleanroom Door Features: Swing, Sliding, Automatic, Double Doors

    Compare Cleanroom Door Features: Swing, Sliding, Automatic, Double Doors

    Terra Universal’s cleanroom doors are designed for quick and easy installation into operating rooms, surgical suites, stick-built or modular cleanrooms. Designed for health care, pharmaceutical, and CGMP facilities, Terra’s cleanroom doors are easy-to-sterilize, maintain room pressure and resist common biocides and hospital-grade disinfectants.

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