Airflow design is one of the most important factors in a critical environment. From pressurization to particle removal (filtering) – your air-cooled equipment, product yield and personnel depend on quality airflow operations.
Biotechnology and pharmaceutical cleanrooms are designed to meet “current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs)”. Traditionally, high air change rates were followed without challenge simply because regulators had previously accepted them. As new information becomes available, (such as case studies showing acceptable performance at lower air change rates) cGMPs should be able to adapt to the changing environment.
SET3 can test your environment according to ISO, ASHRAE and industry standards – and provide comprehensive feedback and support, as well as quality consulting recommendations. Whether your facility needs to increase airflow, cooling, compliance or certification – we can help.
Data center thermal modeling using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is gaining popularity as a tool for analyzing the effectiveness of cooling within the racks and aisles. CFD provides companies with a detailed 3-D analysis of how cold air is moving through a data center, identifying potential “hot spots” where equipment is receiving too little airflow. Thermal mapping can also find areas in a data center that are receiving more cold air than needed, wasting cooling and energy.
- Laser Air Particle Counting
- Cleanroom Certifications
- Relative Humidity
- Velocity Testing
- Aisle Placement
- And more…