CLEAN ROOM DOOR

KVM Engineers clean room doors can be configured as single / double swing-out or as horizontal sliding either manual, automatic or semiautomatic. KVM Engineers pharmaceutical door panels are assemble with the same panels of the wall system. Swing out doors are designed to fit flush with both sides of the wall panel system and are supplied in several dimensions.

 

KVM Engineers is one the leading manufacturer and supplier for Clean Room Door in India . Our Clean Room Doors are available in two types – Single Leaf Clean Room Door & Double Leaf Clean Room Door (Either with Rockwool infills or Honey Comb Infills)

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Product Description

Manufacturing clean room doors involves specialized processes and materials to ensure they meet the stringent requirements of clean room environments. Clean rooms are critical in industries like pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, electronics, aerospace, and other sensitive manufacturing processes where even a minor particle or contaminant can cause significant issues.

Here are the general steps involved in the manufacture of clean room doors:

  1. Design: Clean room doors are designed to meet specific cleanliness and functional requirements. They must prevent the ingress of particles and contaminants, be easy to clean, and maintain temperature and pressure differentials. Engineers work on CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software to create the door’s design.
  2. Material Selection: The choice of materials is crucial in clean room door manufacturing. The most common materials used are stainless steel, aluminum, or high-quality plastic. These materials are durable, easy to clean, and have low particle generation.
  3. Frame Fabrication: The door frame is constructed using the chosen material. The frame should have a tight seal and be able to accommodate the door’s core and any necessary hardware, such as hinges and handles.
  4. Core Material: The core of the clean room door is a critical component. It is typically made of non-porous materials like honeycomb or foam. The core should be lightweight, structurally sound, and provide excellent insulation.
  5. Surface Finish: The surface of the clean room door should be smooth and free of any imperfections that could harbor particles. The doors are usually painted with a clean room-grade paint or coated with specialized laminates to ensure cleanliness and easy cleaning.
  6. Gasket Installation: High-quality gaskets are installed on the door frame to create an airtight seal when the door is closed. The gaskets help to maintain the cleanliness and environmental integrity of the clean room.
  7. Hardware Installation: Hinges, handles, locks, and other hardware are installed onto the clean room door. These components must be made of materials that do not generate particles or contaminants.
  8. Quality Control: Each clean room door undergoes rigorous quality control checks. These checks may involve pressure tests, particle counting, and inspections to ensure that the door meets the specified cleanliness and performance standards.
  9. Packaging and Shipping: Once the clean room doors pass quality control, they are carefully packaged to avoid damage during transit and shipped to their intended destination.

It’s important to note that clean room door manufacturing companies need to adhere to industry standards and regulations, such as ISO 14644 and Federal Standard 209E, to ensure the doors meet the required cleanliness and performance levels.

Manufacturing clean room doors is a specialized field that requires expertise and precision to ensure the doors contribute to maintaining the controlled environment of clean rooms.

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