Clean Rooms & HVAC

MAGNUS KLEANTECH provides custom solutions for compelte cleanrooms and HVAC systems—including temperature control, Relative Humidity control, wall and ceiling Panel systems, flushed doors and windows, laboratory hood and exhaust systems, complete internal fininshes, filtration system and turnkey installation capabilities.

Our products continually advance all standards of clean environments by controlling the full process of cleanroom HVAC development, from design concept to project completion. By responding to industry-specific requirements, our cleanrooms find applications in the micro technology, semiconductor, biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.

Magnus Kleantech — System Integration (Sesign—Engineering— Commissioing)

Our distinctive specialization lies in the integration of different aspects from design to commissioning. With an emphasis on quality and GMP standards, we are committed to working together with our customers to deliver first class tailored solutions for projects of all sizes and complexity.

Our in house design facility for complete Clean rooms and HVAC helps us focus on minute and critical aspects, thereby reducing hassles of multi-agency co– ordination. In an industry that is increasingly demanding precision, excellence and expertise, Enertia pledges to take it as a professional responsibility to live up to the challenge and cater to varied needs while meeting international quality standards. Enertia clean room solutions interface with modular wall and ceiling panels, flooring, terminal housings with filters to provide clean environment with effective control of airflow, pressure, temperature, humidity and filtration. Our modular systems can be customized to meet specific requirements and provide a cost—effective alternative to conventional construction enabling our customers to achieve their process and production goals.

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Our Complete Clean Room System Integration Includes:

  • Modular Clean Room System—Wall And Ceiling Panels With Covings
  • Modular Clean Rooms/Scientific Flush Doors And View Panels
  • Internal Finishes
  • HVAC— Air Handling Units/Ducting And Insulation
  • Chilled Water Piping And Manifolds
  • Temperature And Humidity Control
  • Complete Range Of Clean Room Equipment’s In SS 304/SS 316 Construction
  • Terminal Filter Housings And Risers
  • Air Purification Units And Air Curtains
  • Clean Room Furniture And Allied Stainless Steel Fabrication.
  • Air Filters Ranging From EU—4 To EU 14 Conforming To International Standards.
  • Validation And Documentation

A room in which the concentration of air borne particles is controlled, and which is constructed and used in a manner to minimize the introduction, generation and retention of particles inside the room and in which other relevant parameters, e.g. temperature, humidity and pressure and controlled as necessary.

Clean Rooms Are Typically Used In Manufacturing, Packaging And Research Facilities Associated With Following Industries

  • Semiconductor
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Aerospace
  • Miscellaneous Applications
  • Advanced Material Research
  • Laser And Optic Industries
  • Microelectronics Facility
  • Paint Room
  • Aseptic Foods Production And High Infection Risk Areas Of Hospital

Clean room differs from an ordinary ventilated room in number of Ways:

  • Increased Air supply ( office or shop- 2-10 air change per hour, Clean room 20-60 air changes per hour)
  • High efficiency Particulate air (HEPA)> 99.997% efficient in removing particles greater than 0.3 micron
  • Terminal air filter Room pressurization and pass through grills positively pressured

  • Supply Airflow In Sufficient Volume And Cleanliness To Support The Cleanliness Rating Of The Room
  • Introducing Air In A Manner To Prevent Stagnant Areas Where Particles Could Accumulate
  • Conditioning Air To Meet Clean Room Temperature, Humidity And Filtration Requirements
  • Ensuring Enough Conditioned Make Up Air To Maintain The Specified Positive Pressurization
  • Air Flow Distribution And Control
  • Filtration And Air Recirculation

Depending on the degree of cleanliness required, it is important for air systems to deliver considerably more air than would be needed just to meet temperature and humidity design particles of different sizes behave differently as air move through a room. Selection of the airflow pattern “a major step in clean room design.” Because airflow is such an important aspect of particle control, the design of a clean room requires careful consideration of air motion and airflow patterns.

Deciding Filtration Level Is An Important Factor To Achieve Particular Clean Room Classification.

The filtered air entering a clean room can be 100% exhausted or a proportion re circulated.

Humidity control – Clean room service is intended for critical applications and therefore humidity control is critical and takes precedence over temperature control.