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Laminar-Flow-Boxes and cleanroom workplaces

Depending on the industry, the requirements for cleanroom technology are different. We have therefore designed our extensive portfolio of laminar flow boxes and cleanroom workplaces specifically for the requirements of specific areas of application.
Whether GMP environment, optics and laser technology, microelectronics or other industry: With our Flow Boxes in three execution lines - HygienicSafe, ParticleSafe and UniSafe - we offer a wide range of industry-optimised solutions.

Logo HygienicSafe

Sound and energetically optimised cleanroom devices corresponding to Good Manufacturing Guidelines (GMP). All these devices are qualified according to EG-GMP guidelines (cleanroom class A) and made in Germany.


Mostly used in following sectors:
• Pharmacy
• Medical technology
• Biotechnology
• Food- and cosmetics industry

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Logo ParticleSafe

Sound and energetically optimised cleanroom devices supporting a healthy posture by an ergonomic design. All devices in this series are optimised in terms of sound and energy, are qualified according to DIN EN ISO 14644-1 and are made in Germany.

Mostly used in following sectors:
• Optics and Laser technology
• Medical technology
• Microelectronics and Micromechanics
• Other industries

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Logo UniSafe

Efficient cleanroom devices ensuring particle protection for sensitive works,
suitable for numerous scopes.
The devices are made in Germany and are qualified according to DIN EN ISO 14644-1.



Mostly used in following sectors:
• Other industries
• Optics and Laser technology
• Microelectronics and Micromechanics

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What means laminar-flow ?
laminar flow vs. turbulent mixing air flow
left: Laminar-Flow, right: turbulent mixing air flow

The term Laminar Flow refers to the movement of air and gases, in which no turbulence (turbulence or cross-flow) occurs.
In general, this refers to a low-turbulence displacement flow which reduces existing particles and usually dissipates them via a downwardly directed air flow. Frequently, the term Laminar Flow is colloquially used for all types of flow boxes and/or clean room devices, which do not necessarily correspond to the definition of the "Laminar Flow” airflow type. In practice, for example, commonly named "LF devices" are used which, however, are operated with the principle of turbulent mixing ventilation.

 

We design your individual flowbox

In addition to an extensive portfolio of standard equipment, we also develop specific solutions together with you - tailored precisely to your individual application.

Please contact us. We are pleased to advice you