After Show Report:
Cleanroom Design and Construction Forum (Berlin)
The Cleanroom Construction market is growing more rapidly than ever as manufacturers need to bring their products to market as fast as possible. This has created a new, streamlined approach to cleanroom design and construction all while maintaining very high and specific standards that require special skills to execute properly.
With the patented Plenum Integrated Filter Fan Unit – PIFF – Exyte Technology offers a smart product that makes the life of our customers easier and saves costs. During the Cleanroom Design and Construction Forum on September 6 and 7, 2018 Tobias Resch, Sales Engineer at Exyte Technology talked about the benefits of our Plenum Integrated Filter Fan Units.
PIFF is a modular, decentralized concept for creating cleanroom environments, offering advantages of cost, efficiency and deployment in comparison with conventional ventilation systems. It is suitable for use in the electronics industry but really comes into its own in pharmaceuticals and life sciences. A crucial aspect of any cleanroom is air circulation: In order to draw the filtered air into the room and extract it again, most cleanrooms have central ventilation systems with long, angled ductwork. As well as the high cost of installation, the biggest disadvantage of these is the enormous loss of pressure via the long ductwork, which means a large amount of energy is needed.
Up to 50% lower Energy Costs
With the PIFF, Exyte Technology customers don’t need long conduits for air circulation since the PIFF ventilates the clean air after filtration in the cleanroom and recirculates the air directly again. And the PIFF saves money: From simplified planning to easier installation to significantly lower energy consumption during operation, the system considerably reduces costs.
Furthermore, the modules take up little space in the sub-ceiling, are easy to monitor and can be retrofitted with ease, even in existing spaces, to achieve a higher cleanroom category. The air volume can be individually adjusted, and the air exchange rate is derived from the cleanroom class required. Plus, if one of the devices fails, it does not affect the entire cleanroom but rather is limited to one area and the self-contained modules can be quickly replaced.
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