HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. It is a general term for indoor environmental comfort, which creates indoor air quality (air change per hour, CFM, temperature and humidity).
When it comes to clean rooms, HVAC means a lot more than comfort. The cleanroom HVAC controls the temperature and the humidity to your appropriate levels of precision, similar to standard HVAC. In addition to comfort, cleanroom HVACs differentiate themselves from conventional systems with their increased air supply, airflow patterns, use of high efficiency filters and room pressurisation. The increased air supply brings more air changes per hour with new HEPA filtered air circulating into the cleanroom many times per hour.
Clean room HVAC designs involve knowledge of regulations, cleanliness level guidelines, airflow, room pressurisation, temperature control, humidity control and accounting of activities taking place inside.
Bluesky System Pvt. Ltd. designs HVACs using our experience and expertise. Clean room performance and compliance is directly related to the ventilation. As stated in ISO standard 14644-1, "to minimize the introduction, generation and retention of particles, the clean room must be supplied with a large quantity of air filtered with high efficiency filters (HEPA or ULPA) to dilute and remove particles, bacteria and chemicals from within the room". This is the HVAC’s job. Mecart guarantees the performance and compliance of its HVAC cleanroom systems.
Blue Sky System Pvt. Ltd. is a prominent service provider in the global market offering Cleanroom Validation Services.
- Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Air Handling Units
- Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Duct Network
- Airborne Particle Counting of the Clean rooms from ISO 5 � ISO 8 Class
- HEPA Filter integrity test by using PAO method
- Pressure balancing of the Clean Rooms
- Documentation like DQ, IQ, OQ and Test Reports as per ISO guidelines