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Clean Rooms

At Cactusprofiles.com, we’ve got the cleanroom experts you’re looking for!!!

Our company manufactures, sells, and distributes top-of-the-line cleanrooms worldwide. As a leading manufacturer of cleanrooms in Noida, we are devoted to providing cleanroom consultation, design, installation, equipment, and repair services. We ensure that our clients get the cleanroom they need for their projects based on our extensive knowledge of cleanrooms and the industries they serve. Our cleanroom products and equipment can be customized to our client’s specifications and industry standards, and we strive to provide them with the best cleanrooms available.


To create the cleanest environment possible, airborne pollutants, including dust, germs, and aerosol particles, are filtered out in cleanrooms, which are controlled environments. Electronics, pharmaceuticals, and medical equipment are the most common things manufactured in cleanrooms. A cleanroom can be categorized into various contamination levels depending on how many particles are permitted in a given cubic meter of space. Temperature, airflow, and humidity can all be controlled in cleanrooms.


Cleanrooms eliminate impurities, particulates, and pollutants from the ambient outdoor air. Before entering a filter system, outside air is cycled. This outdoor air is subsequently cleaned and decontaminated following the filters’ requirements (HEPA or ULPA). The cleanroom is then pushed with filtered air. Additionally, the process is restarted when polluted air in the cleanroom is forced outside the space by registers or circulated back into the filters.


A corporation may require a cleanroom for a variety of reasons. For instance, you’ll likely require a cleanroom if you produce something harmed by airborne pollutants or particles. You might require a cleanroom for the following reasons, and the following are some industries that frequently employ cleanrooms:

  • Pharmaceutical Businesses: A variety of significant polluting elements, such as biological germs, aerosol particles, and chemical pollution, should be avoided when preparing pharmaceuticals. For various stages of the manufacturing process, the pharmaceutical industry uses cleanroom systems that contain rooms of various cleanliness classes. 
  • Hospitals and clinics: The complex of medical facilities with diverse specializations today includes clean rooms as a fundamental component. The prevention of nosocomial infections and surgical problems is guaranteed by using clean rooms with superior air purification from germs. This also ensures the caliber of the analyses performed in laboratories of various profiles. 
  • Microelectronic Part Production: The construction of clean rooms with the most extraordinary cleanliness levels is necessary for microelectronics. This industry has stringent standards for hygiene. The utilization of clean rooms in the microelectronics industry has unique characteristics, such as the need for the air to be free of aerosol particles. 
  • Aviation Industry: Without the setup of clean rooms, spaceship manufacture is impossible. High reliability of the equipment that will be launched into space is ensured by using clean rooms. Clean rooms are used in the space industry to create solar batteries, photoelectric converters, rocket complex warheads, booster units, electronics, optical equipment, and navigation systems, including those used for data gathering and reporting. 
  • Biotechnology: Most of the time, the biotechnology sector uses clean rooms to make medications (vaccines, antibiotics, serums, particular antibodies, etc.). In biotechnology, cleanrooms’ primary function is to safeguard against potentially harmful bacteria, poisons, and hazardous chemicals in manufacturing waste. 
  • Manufacturing of lenses and optics: The standards for the quality of manufacturing facilities are stringent for businesses producing optical and laser technologies. The creation of lasers requires a chamber that is completely clean and has perfectly prepared air. Companies in the optical fibre sector use materials made of ultra-pure silicon. 
  • Applications in the Military: These organizations include hospitals, immunization clinics for the general public, and laboratories. The forces of military units are specifically responsible for deploying a biological safety system. The provision of military units and civilian medical organizations with all necessary resources, including modular container clean rooms that can be quickly delivered and deployed in the outbreak, equipment, medicines, and protective gear, is crucial in the situation if severe consequences are to be prevented and eliminated.


According to how pure the air is, cleanrooms are categorized. The number of particles equal to and more than 0.5 mm is measured in one cubic foot of air and used to classify the cleanroom following Federal Standard 209 (A to D) of the USA. The most recent 209E version of the Standard also accepts this metric name. Domestically, Federal Standard 209E is applied. The International Standards Organization’s TC 209 is the more recent Standard. A clean room is categorized under both criteria based on how many particles are in the laboratory’s air. To classify the cleanliness level of a cleanroom or clean area, the cleanroom classification standards FS 209E and ISO 14644-1 call for precise particle count measurements and calculations. British Standard 5295 is used to categorize cleanrooms in the UK. The BS EN ISO 14644-1 standard is about to replace this. Cleanrooms are categorized according to the number and size of particles allowed per air volume. According to FED STD-209E, large values like “class 100” or “class 1000” refer to the maximum number of particles that can fit inside a cubic foot of air. The Standard also permits interpolation, allowing for the description of something like “class 2000.”

The decimal logarithm of the number of particles 0.1 mm or more significant allowed per cubic meter of air is specified in ISO 14644-1 standard, referred to as “small numbers.” As an illustration, an ISO class 5 clean room has 105 = 100,000 maximum particles per m3. Particle size and concentration are assumed to have log-log correlations in both FS 209E and ISO 14644-1. Zero particle concentration does not exist for this reason. Class 1,000,000, or ISO 9, roughly describes the air in a typical room.


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Our passion is transforming your production with the most appropriate cleanroom. With our scalable and connected cleanrooms, our clients can comply with regulatory requirements. Our innovative solutions have developed a new generation of scalable cleanrooms that set a new standard for the industry. We create a classified clean environment for production facilities with our modular cleanrooms. In collaboration with you, we can develop a unique solution based on our experience and technical expertise with cost-effective options. We will help you design an efficient modular cleanroom layout, balancing process flow with regulatory compliance factors, such as air changes and pressure differentials.