CLEANROOMS

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PHARMACEUTICALS

LABORATORY

MANUFACTURING

TECHNOLOGY

INNOVATIVE PHARMACEUTICAL CLEAN ROOMS

Design Filtration Microzone manufactures and produces cleanrooms that are not just in line with NAPRA standards, but also ahead of the ball by monitoring USP (US Cleanroom Standards), other international standards, scholarly findings and the most up to date research to innovate with our cleanroom offering. Our goal is to ensure our Cleanrooms are as future proof as possible, ahead of whatever future guidelines NAPRA introduces. Design Filtration Microzone are the leaders in producing and manufacturing all types of Cleanrooms, hazardous or non-hazardous, sterile or non-sterile, DFMZ will provide you the solution you are looking for.

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Requirements & Standards: 

  • Anterooms/buffer rooms: For certain levels of sterility, an anteroom is required to ensure an extra layer of protection from the “dirty” ambient air to the Cleanroom. The ante room acts as a buffer for the sterile Cleanroom, and is usually 1 ISO Class “dirtier.” It is also sometimes referred to as a garbing room, where the pharmacy employees can garb up before entering the cleanroom.  

  • Pressure gradient: Cleanrooms are required to maintain either a slight positive or negative pressure relative to the outside depending on whether the Cleanroom is classified as “hazardous” or “non-hazardous.” When the cleanroom is non-hazardous, the air is pushed out of the room via a slight positive pressure to eliminate containments. When the cleanroom is hazardous, air is pulled in to prevent the escape of dangerous byproducts to the outside. DFMZ’s Engineers will design the rooms with the appropriate number of FFMs and air returns to ensure the pressure gradient is maintained throughout.

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INNOVATIVE LABORATORY

CLEAN ROOMS

Innovative laboratory and biotechnology industries are constantly researching and seeking out solutions to man’s most complex problems. Covering all areas of Laboratory Research and Biotechnology, whether it is work with pathological agents or hormonal development, DFMZ offers the sterility and/or protection required for this type of work. In many instances, sterility and prevention of contamination of the product is required in these industries. Also common is the production of hazardous byproduct which needs to be contained. DFMZ offers the expertise required to ensure you deliver the results you are looking for. With our state-of-the-art cleanroom design, we offer the product and personnel protection our clients are looking for.

Requirements & Standards: 

  • External venting of hazardous byproduct: Common in these industries, hazardous byproduct is produced as a result of the work being done. DFMZ’s innovative HEPA filtered air return and Laboratory Hoods are designed to ensure all hazardous byproduct is externally exhausted for the protection of lab staff and personnel. An option in some cases is double HEPA filtered hoods, DFMZ’s highly qualified engineers can recommend the most suitable solution for your process.

  • Sterile, easy to clean surfaces and construction: DFMZ’s wall components, ceiling grid and components are all designed with a smooth, non-corrosive, easy to clean finish for ease of maintenance. Cleanrooms require regular cleaning to maintain sterility, and DFMZ products are designed to reduce dust and debris build up, while at the same time providing a simple cleaning solution for our clients.

  • Stringent ISO Classification: DFMZ offers the expertise required to provide all levels of cleanrooms as detailed in ISO-14644. ISO Classifications are governed by the number of particles in the air which are determined by the air changes per hour, FFM ceiling coverage and controlled airflow throughout the room. The higher the air changes per hour, the lower the ISO classification. Whether it is ISO 3 or ISO 8, DFMZ will ensure our clients receive the Cleanroom classification requested.

 
 
 

INNOVATIVE MANUFACTURING CLEAN ROOMS

Manufacturing processes often produce a large amount of dust, debris, noise, and other byproducts harmful to staff and personnel. These processes often also require the correct temperature, humidity and environment for the production of goods. DFMZ Cleanrooms are designed for the highest level of control and comfort, with our FIP Cleanroom system being the most popular for this industry. Due to its high insulating properties and noise reduction capabilities, our FIP cleanrooms can be set up in even the harshest environments. These cleanrooms are ideal for those looking to streamline their manufacturing process and protect their staff and personnel.

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Requirements & Standards: 

  • Completely confined construction. DFMZ’s heavy duty wall panels are designed to isolate the cleanroom and its contents from the uncontrolled, possibly harsh, outside environment. Our cleanrooms can span anywhere from several hundred to several thousand sq.-ft. and the walls are cam locked together to ensure the walls comprise of an airtight seal from the outside.​

  • Supply of controlled HEPA filtered air. Naturally dust, debris and microorganisms are present in the ambient environment of a room. Cleanrooms are required to limit contaminants in the air, and this is achieved with the supply of HEPA filtered air via DFMZ’s innovative DA Fan filter Modules (FFM). Manufactured locally in North America, our FFMs are engineered to capture and eliminate containments from the ambient air and supply HEPA filtered air into the room for the highest level of sterility.

  • Sterile, easy to clean surfaces and construction. DFMZ’s wall components, ceiling grid and components are all designed with a smooth, non-corrosive, easy to clean finish for ease of maintenance. Cleanrooms require regular cleaning to maintain sterility, and DFMZ products are designed to reduce dust and debris build up, while at the same time providing a simple cleaning solution for our clients.

  • Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP). Good manufacturing practice (GMP) is a system for ensuring that products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards. It is designed to minimize the risks involved in any pharmaceutical production that cannot be eliminated through testing the final product. All DFMZ products utilize a GMP system of production.

 
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INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY CLEAN ROOMS

Technology and semiconductor industries typically require a very low number of airborne particulates in their processes. They also regularly utilize highly precise and costly equipment that require a sterile environment to operate. DFMZ Cleanrooms offer the high level of sterility required with our DFMZ 1.5 Cleanrooms as well as our DFMZ FIP Cleanrooms. DFMZ products utilize GMP standard of production and are sure to provide the quality required for technology and semiconductor industries.

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Requirements & Standards: 

  • Sterile, easy to clean surfaces and construction: DFMZ’s wall components, ceiling grid and components are all designed with a smooth, non-corrosive, easy to clean finish for ease of maintenance. Cleanrooms require regular cleaning to maintain sterility, and DFMZ products are designed to reduce dust and debris build up, while at the same time providing a simple cleaning solution for our clients. ​

  • Supply of controlled HEPA filtered air: Naturally dust, debris and microorganisms are present in the ambient environment of a room. Cleanrooms are required to limit contaminants in the air, and this is achieved with the supply of HEPA filtered air via DFMZ’s innovative DA Fan filter Modules (FFM). 

  • Anti-static environment: DFMZ Cleanrooms are designed to utilize an anti-static environment that is critical in these industries.

  • Anterooms/buffer Rooms: For certain levels of sterility, an anteroom is required to ensure an extra layer of protection from the “dirty” ambient air to the Cleanroom. The ante room acts as a buffer for the sterile Cleanroom, and is usually 1 ISO Class “dirtier.” It is also sometimes referred to as a garbing room, where the pharmacy employees can garb up before entering the cleanroom.  

If required, we can provide architectural drawings or consultation for all of your projects. Your team will have the opportunity to review and approve all plans during the design phase, then adjust designs as necessary during installation.

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