Clean Rooms

Clean Room Air Quality Solutions Pasadena, CA

Pasadena Clean Room Air Quality Solutions

Air-Tro Inc. has all your Pasadena, CA clean room air quality solutions. For expert clean room air purification you can trust call (626) 357-3535 for a quote today. 

Numerous industries require the use of a clean room. Many manufacturing processes require a clean room, such as pharmaceuticals and engineering.  The professionals at Air-Tro Inc. can help with all your clean room needs and requirements. In fact, we have been serving the Pasadena, CA area for over 45 years! We have the skills and experience to get the job done right.

Click here to see what other companies are saying about our services.

What is a Clean Room?

In any manufacturing process where small and microscopic particles can negatively impact the process, a clean room is needed. That is to say, a clean room is a room with a controlled amount of contaminants. In most cases the room is completely free of dust particles, bacteria and other impurities found in the air. Often, technicians entering and working in a clean room will need to wear special equipment to prevent contamination. Items such as booties, caps, medical masks or full-body suits are often required.

Who Needs them?

Any industry that relies on manufacturing something in a virtually sterile and contaminate-free zone will benefit from a clean room. Specifically, the industries that use them the most include:

  • Biotech
  • Aerospace
  • Medical
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Semiconductor manufacturing
  • Military engineering
  • And more!

How do Clean Rooms Work?

A clean room works in a similar way a flow hood works, only on a much larger scale. Air is pumped through multiple filters, sometimes even including a HEPA filter. There are two main types of clean rooms that can be used for different purposes.

  • Laminar clean room – This type of clean room pushes pure air from the ceiling onto the floor. It uses some of the principles of gravity and a constant and consistent stream of airflow. It pushes small particles out of the air and onto the floor. There, it enters filters and is siphoned out of the room.
  • Turbulent clean room – The only difference with a turbulent clean room is that the air is being pushed downward and horizontally. Impurities exit the room through filters on the wall.

Some clean rooms use HVAC systems to control humidity in the room. But, that is not always required. Specifically, It depends on the unique requirements for the industry.

Call Air-Tro Inc. Today

When you need superior, clean room maintenance and installation, call Air-Tro Inc. Dial (626) 357-3535 and speak to one of our knowledgeable and friendly staff members.