Why should you use a cleanroom for the aerospace industry?

The combination of meeting tough standards while also allowing for some flexibility when it comes to project changes and environmental adjustments is essential in the aerospace industry. Cleanrooms provide this controllable environment while also being versatile enough to allow for the necessary flexibility. There are a number of good reasons why you should use a clean room.

  • Easy and simple to set up. If you need to get a project up and running as quickly as possible then a cleanroom is ideal. There are many options today that don’t require cleanroom construction from the ground up but instead provide modular panels that are manufactured off-site and can then be assembled quickly and easily wherever you choose. Many are pre-wired for efficiency with insulation already built in and most have been designed so that they are very easy to clean and maintain.
  • A stable environment. Projects can succeed or fail depending on the level of control there is over environmental variables. Where control is poor an element of instability is introduced into the work that can impact productivity and outcomes – it could even be dangerous and someone might get hurt. A clean room provides environmental control and the ability to limit the potential for contamination as much as possible.
  • Versatile and easy to install. One of the major benefits of using a clean room is that many have been created to be adaptable to whatever the environment you need to place them in. That could be within an existing building, for example, or in a different type of space. There are options for cleanrooms that are freestanding, as well as others that can be hung from a ceiling grid or supported by an existing structure – they are incredibly versatile when it comes to design. Cleanrooms can also come with their own in-built, separate HVAC system or can be integrated into an existing system and can be designed around multiple requirements, whether that’s using existing spaces for natural light or accommodating specific equipment.
  • The option to customise. Using a cleanroom means that you’ll be able to create an environment that is specifically designed for your individual application and which also has the flexibility to evolve as your work changes. Application, equipment specifications and cleanroom classifications can all be taken into account where the cleanroom design is concerned – if project requirements later move then the cleanroom can be modified to accommodate this.
  • Heavy duty and built to last. Aerospace projects can involve some tough environments but cleanrooms are designed to be durable and to withstand whatever the conditions of the locations where they are placed. Find the right cleanroom and you will have modular panels that are durable and won’t sag or bend and which are guaranteed to be built to last. Security is another key feature that is integrated into the design of clean rooms, as well as ensuring that surfaces are chemically resistant.

Clean rooms are adaptable and easy to set up and provide a stable and customisable space for any project.