Clean room system controls contaminated air,microsome,the particle of dust, temperature, humidity, and keeps the room in optimum standard. In today's industry, clean room is widely used, for example,semi-conductor,micro-electronics, phamaceutical industry,and bio-technology.

  Down Floor System (Class 1~100)
one of the best and most efficient means of cleanroom application First, ceiling modules deliver air, filtered through HEPA filters to the crean room area. The Perforated floor section absorbs an air, and one returns to the upstream side of the filter and the other ruturns an air exit.

  Side Floor System (Class 100~10000)
"Side Flow system" design is most adventageous in a smaller size cleanroom. AIr is delivered through a HEPA filter and sweeps laterally across the room. This filtered air washes the room of airborne contaminants and exits through an air exit on the wall opposite the filter bank. The filter bank itself spans from floor to ceiling and wall to wall. The constant sweeping of air allows no airborne contaminants to remain suspended

  Turbulence System (Class 10000~ )

From Hepa Filter on ceiling, air is sent through clean room. This filtered Air washes the air contaminantsns, and exit on the both side of wall.

   Clean Room Type?

  Irndustrial Clean Room(I.C.R)
I.C.R is the room which controls the particle of the dust, temperature, humidity,pressure.Amomg them, controlling the dust is most important. density of the dust is controlled,on the ground of products to be manufactured.

  Biological Clean Room(B.C.R)
main purpose of B.C.R is controlling the germ,microbe. B.C.R is used for an aseptic operating-room, food-processing, phamaceutical factory.

   Standard ?
  Room Temperature : 22~25 Degree C
  Relative Humidity : 50~55 %
  Class : 1, 10, 100, 1000, 10000, over 10000

  Class ?
The number of less than 0.5 Micro-meter Particles per Cubic Feet of air.

Although there are various systems, there are basically only three types of clean room system flow: vertical, horizontal and turbulence. all systems are designed to achieve the ultimate goal: reduction and elimination of contaminants in the environment. Our cleanrooms can range from Class 100,000 to Class 10 to meet Federal Standard 209E which establishes the maximum allowable contamination levels per cubic feet of air.

   The factors to be conisidered during the preliminary proposal
purpose of the room. degree of cleanliness needed. amount and shape of space. equipment positioning. personnel placement and traffic patterns. temperature range. humidity. illumination. noise. future expansion. future relocation. upgrading. accessability and availability of electric. heating. air conditioning. water