The Decentralized Cleanroom Module
Decentralized systems are preferred for their effectiveness and cost-efficiency over centralized ones. In centralized cleanrooms, maintenance halts all processes since the injection molding machine operates within the same space. Conversely, a decentralized approach situates production equipment like injection molding machines outside the cleanroom, allowing uninterrupted operations focused on processing, handling, inspection, and secondary procedures. Maintenance of the mold can occur without disrupting these crucial functions. HARBEC's decentralized cleanrooms feature HEPA units, encapsulated conveyors, and pass-throughs, enhancing cleanliness control and reducing operating costs. This setup allows easy reconfiguration using standard cleanroom openings for part conveyance. However, hybrid cleanrooms, though initially cost-effective, can be less efficient and challenging to adapt.
- FED 100,000 Availability: FED 100,000 classification adheres to specific cleanliness standards, ensuring a controlled environment.
- Laminar Flow Clean Room: Incorporates a laminar flow setup to maintain optimal air quality and minimize particulate contamination.
- Daily Particle Monitoring: Regular monitoring of particle levels to guarantee a clean and controlled production environment.
- Optimized for Production: Designed and structured to enhance production efficiency and precision.
- Secondary Labeling/Packaging: Facilities for secondary labeling and packaging to meet stringent quality and compliance requirements.