The Serbia-based company has created a modular cleanroom that is 6 m x 4.9 m with 3.1 m height, and can be delivered in 10 weeks
Termovent has just launched its latest product, the T Cell modular cleanroom system. This product provides an efficient cleanroom solution within a module that can be delivered anywhere.
A modular cleanroom, such as Termovent’s T Cell system, has many advantages over traditional cleanroom systems that are built on-site. Here are some key benefits:
Modular cleanroom systems are more adaptable than traditional systems, as they can be adapted to
different sizes, configurations and uses. Modules can be combined or unfolded as needed, making it easy to adapt space and processes to changing requirements. Dimensions of T Cell are 6 m x 4.9 m with 3.1 m height.
Modular systems are manufactured in factories and delivered on-site, significantly reducing the time required to build a traditional cleanroom on-site. This can prove to be a great advantage when a cleanroom needs to be delivered quickly. Delivery time is 10 weeks.
Modular cleanroom systems are more economical than traditional systems, as they are manufactured in factories with high precision and fewer manufacturing errors, resulting in lower maintenance costs and less wasted time.
Due to the precision of factory manufacturing and quality control, modular cleanroom systems typically have more quality control than traditional cleanroom systems that are built on site.
Modular cleanroom systems typically require smaller construction sites and less transportation of building materials, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions. In addition, the factory production of the modules means that there is less waste on the construction site, which also contributes to less pollution.
In summary, modular cleanroom systems offer numerous advantages over traditional systems, including greater flexibility, faster delivery, less pollution, cost reduction, and better quality control.
Representing the culmination of 30 years of engineering experience, Termovent is planning to be at Cleanroom Lounges fair in Germany from 18–20 April to discuss the new solution.