Requirements for clean rooms are taken from current Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) regulations and are common between the United States, Canada and the European Union. There are three main criteria that keep a clean room clean, 1) control and quality of air, 2) internal surfaces and equipment, and 3) operating procedures of workers. Room cleanliness is determined by the number of particles per cubic meter of a specific size. Continuous monitoring and reporting on room cleanliness is required by all regulatory bodies to make sure airborne particulates of certain sizes stay within safe levels.
Element Grow products are tailored for rapid GMP compliance right out of the box and for point of use cleanrooms in sterile environments. All Element Grow air filtration units are designed to develop an ISO Class 5 minimum cleanroom environment in 30-minutes or less for facilities less than 2,000 square feet or 186 square meters. Facilities up to 4,000 square feet or 371 square meters will take slightly longer to reach ISO Class 5 status, but are easily maintained at that level once achieved. All Element Grow products are designed to be chemically sanitized to ensure sterile facility compliance.
The Element Grow E2 Air Filtration Unit with E-Guardian Monitoring is also perfect for construction of both temporary or permanent cleanrooms where continuous micro-cleaning and air monitoring are critical steps before the final cleanroom air handlers or fan filter systems are turned on.
The E-Guardian Monitoring System monitors and records particle counts in cleanroom spaces. Its customizable alert system can notify you of increases in particle counts as well as automatically records particle count data for later reference as well as easy reporting.