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Schilling Engineering/Fakuma Energy-saving cleanroom system

Editor: Rosemarie Stahl

The new cleanroom system Clean-Cell4.0 by Schilling Engineering combines low-particle production with modern information technology and consumes far less energy than comparable cleanroom systems, the company announced.

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The new cleanroom system CleanCell4.0 has a high energy efficiency.
The new cleanroom system CleanCell4.0 has a high energy efficiency.
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The smart system links air-conditioning, monitoring and customer-side process systems. Smart devices allow the settings to be made from any location or via remote service. The new development is a usage-based control of the entire cleanroom system, which regulates the required clean air supply depending on utilisation and the measured degree of contamination. According to the company, further considerable savings are made possible through integrated heat recovery and equipment with dimmable, GMP-compliant LED lighting.

The interplay between innovative air circulation technology, high-quality seals and low-maintenance components makes the cleanrooms extremely safe and efficient, Schilling says. Wall and ceiling elements of the modular cleanroom system are connected to a patented silicone-free GMP Sealing-Clip System, which offers the advantage of flexible expansion or removal options. Each cleanroom project is planned according to customer requirements and adapted to individual production processes and spatial conditions

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