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Cleanroom Equipment Enclosures

Cleanroom Equipment Enclosure
36-foot long ISO Class 6 static-dissipative PVC enclosure fabricated for an automated transfer conveyor. Access/maintenance ports are built in to the sides.
Inset: Conveyor equipment in place.
Thermal Vacuum Chamber
Custom equipment enclosure for Thermal Vacuum Chamber meeting ISO Class 7 standards. This space at a university was designed to hold satellite development/testing equipment, as well as technicians. An Assembly area can be seen in an adjoining room on the left.
  • Hardwall or softwall, to meet ISO 4 to ISO 8 standards
  • Spaces can be sized to cover machinery only, or large enough to contain both equipment and personnel
  • Ceiling height flexibility to accommodate equipment
  • Versatile access openings, made to your specifications
  • Powder-coated stainless steel framework
  • Terra will work with you to assimilate utility lines from your equipment


  • Product assembly
  • Equipment maintenance and testing
  • Automated manufacturing/filling lines
  • Research activities
  • Storage/inventory
  • Contamination containment of equipment chemicals or vapors
  • Equipment protection of outside environment

Protecting costly or hazardous equipment is critical for a business or research facility. Terra can help you design enclosures that are suited to your needs. Our hardwall and softwall* components are made in many materials so you can choose the one that’s ideal for your application (see Technical Resources below).

Optional accessories to enhance the clean enclosure include: ionizing bar to neutralize static, germicidal UV illuminator to reduce contamination, dehumidification module to extend the life of equipment, and an FFU vapor-removal adaptor to control chemical vapors. Additionally, a reverse-flow fan is ideal for rooms where powders, aerosols or fine dust is generated, in order to contain environmental contaminants.

*Softwalls do not allow for air conditioning, and do not reduce sound as effectively as hardwall material.

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Ordering Information
Equipment Enclosure Type Cat. # Price
4.5’W x 36’D x 7’H acrylic with powder-coated stainless steel frame 6601-95 Call TUI
4.5’W x 36’D x 7’H static-dissipative PVC with powder-coated stainless steel frame 6601-96 Call TUI
4.5’W x 36’D x 7’H polycarbonate with powder-coated stainless steel frame 6601-97 Call TUI
4.5’W x 36’D x 7’H vinyl shields with powder-coated stainless steel frame 6601-98 Call TUI

Doors Door options such as swing or sliding poser control modual Power Distribution Module (PDM)—Terra meets your space needs using a modular power system. This is required for any of the electrical features below that you may wish to add.
Humidifier Humidifiers & De-humidifiers for a moisture-controlled environment
Ceiling Modual Lighting, including energy- and space-saving options

Vapor-proof and explosion proof lighting

Disinfect the enclosure by controlling germicides with this UV-C lamp

Ceiling Panel covers 2' x 4' ceiling bays not occupied by fans or lights

Cleanroom Accessories
Further optimize your office space with these cleanroom features.
FAn/Filter Unit Fan/Filter units (FFU) incorporating HEPA or ULPA filters for particle control

Explosion-proof FFUs feature a non-sparking motor, mounted in a cast-iron, explosion-proof housing

Reverse-Flow Exhaust Fan/Filter Unit captures microcontaminants generated by process equipment or operations (such as milling or powder packaging) to allow safe release into a classified cleanroom.

Exhaust Fan Exhaust Fans and Ventilators for maintenance of air pressure: ionizing bar Ionizing bars neutralize surface static charges, protecting sensitive materials

Technical Resources
Hardwall Cleanroom Hardwall


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File Type File Name Publication Date
Video High-Speed Roll-Up Cleanroom Doors
High-speed operation allows between-room transfer of large carts and equipment in a high-cycle operation. Watch it in action with this video.
White Paper (PDF) Vertical vs Horizontal Laminar Flow
Things to consider when deciding between vertical or horizontal flow. There are advantages and disadvantages to each airflow direction and hood design, depending on your application and laboratory lay-out.
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