Negative Air Pressure Cleanrooms
Negative air pressure cleanrooms are used for hazardous manufacturing processes using corrosive, flammable and/or potentially explosive chemicals. Negative air pressure cleanrooms are also used for BSL level P - 2, P - 3, and P - 4 Bio-Safety cleanrooms for production and medical research.
Negative Air Pressure Cleanrooms - Hazardous Process and "Explosion Proof " Facilities
Some cleanrooms are required to be operated at negative air pressure for hazardous processes using chemicals, flammable and potentially explosive liquids and powders, to prevent these chemical or powders from escaping into the surrounding space.
Modular BSL P-2 - General Clean Laboratories
BSL P-2 clean labs. normally operate at marginal cleanliness levels with slight negative air pressure.
Modular BSL P-3 - Bio-Hazard / Containment Clean Laboratories
BSL P-3 bio-hazard containment labs. operate at various cleanliness levels with 100% once-through air pass, with specific negative air pressure levels with automatic pressure control and 100% exhaust through a HEPA filter system.
Portable BSL P-2 and P-3 Containerized Portable Clean Laboratories
Level BSL P-2 and P-3 Clean Labs. are also manufactured in portable, heavy duty sea containers for deployment world wide.
Mobile (truck mounted) BSL P-2 and P-3 Clean Laboratories
Level BSL P-2 & P-3 clean labs. are manufactured using various sizes of standard truck bodies and mounted directly on the truck chassis for "drive-anywhere” capability.
Clean Air Technology Designs and Builds Cleanrooms to These Recognized Cleanroom Standards