The air within your cleanroom needs to be free of potential pollutants and relies upon high quality, reliable ventilation in order to maintain operational integrity.
There are many ways in which your cleanroom ventilation can be compromised. A worn drive system or fan motor fault, can lead to a reduction in airflow performance and quickly the air cleanliness will deteriorate. The regular servicing of the basic components of the system including fan belt and pulley replacements, pre-filter replacements and the cleaning of air intake and cooling coils are vitally important.
Regular air handling unit inspections are also important. Filter seal or gasket failures often go unnoticed and air bypass can cause significant contamination problems. Routine inspection will locate any potential issues and replacements can be made whenever necessary.
Motorised dampers, regulating the flow of air within your duct work, also require routine inspection and testing as they are susceptible to seizure.
Another common problem is poorly specified or incorrect filters installed within your ventilation system. This can increase the running and servicing costs, as well as posing a potential contamination risk.