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HEPA-filtered air (rated 99.99% efficient at 0.3 microns) washes over personnel to dislodge loose particles that accumulate on garments Electromagnetic interlock system prevents the doors from opening before the air shower cycle is completed, protecting the cleanroom from cross-contamination Door locks automatically release in the event of a power outage or if one of the Emergency Exit buttons are depressed Shower time and door interlock duration can be programmed using the touchscreen control panel Air nozzles can be adjusted to redirect streams of air Energy-efficient LED lighting includes motion-activation
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Knock-Down Air Showers
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- Designed for installation in facilities with limited access like small doorways or narrow hallways
- Air shower enclosures are custom designed to be broken down into more manageable components
- Each unit is preassembled at the factory and tested before shipping
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Features and Benefits
Air shower cycles are initiated by a motion sensor located on the ceiling of the chamber. If the LED lighting is set to Smart Lighting mode, the motion sensor will also turn on the lights when personnel enter the air shower.
The closed-loop, recirculating design uses floor-level vents and plenums built into the walls to pull the contaminated air back through the HEPA filter, which removes 99.99% of particles as small as 0.3 microns.
Low-profile LED lighting offers excellent visibility and power savings. Lights can either be manually controlled or set to automatic on/off via the touchscreen control panel.
Electromagnetic Interlock Door
Electromagnetic interlocking doors prevent personnel from accidentally opening both air shower doors at the same time, thereby preventing cross-contamination of the cleanroom and the external environment.
Emergency Exit Button
The emergency bypass button immediately shut down the air shower and release the doors when depressed; the doors also release when a power outage occurs to ensure operator safety.
Adjustable Air Shower Nozzles
Adjustable air nozzles on the walls and ceilings provide multi-directional flow of high-velocity, HEPA-filtered air to dislodge and remove particles from surfaces of personnel and parts before they enter the cleanroom.
The Photohelic gauge measures the backpressure generated on the dirty-side of the HEPA filter, providing an indication of filter saturation. With proper setup, the control panel will display an alert when the HEPA filter needs to be replaced.
Touchscreen Control Panel
The touchscreen panel controls cycle durations and entrance/exit delay times. Users can adjust these settings, as well as choose the operating mode for the LED lighting: always on; always off; or motion-detecting mode with shutoff-delay.
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