Special doors to minimize contamination in sterile environments such as hospitals, laboratories or pharmacy areas.
Doors for clean environments are specially designed to minimize the penetration of dirt, contaminants or harmful substances between two different spaces, at least one of which is a space with high air purity or specific climatic conditions.
In a medical or pharmaceutical context: cleanroom doors may refer to areas such as operating theatres or laboratories with high standards of cleanliness where special doors are required to minimise the ingress of micro-organisms or contaminants and to provide a clean and sterile space for surgical procedures or pharmaceutical production.
In scientific or research facilities: cleanroom doors may apply to entrances or exits to laboratories or facilities that require higher levels of air cleanliness and minimisation of contamination, such as laboratories for research and development in microelectronics, optics or nanotechnology.
In industrial facilities: cleanroom doors can be used in industrial facilities where there is a need to minimise the ingress of dust, dirt or contaminants into a particular space or area, such as production lines for the electronics or pharmaceutical industries.
In controlled environment areas: Cleanroom doors can also be used in environments where controlled climatic conditions need to be maintained, such as manufacturing facilities or laboratories that require constant temperature, humidity or other environmental parameters.
Doors for clean environments are custom made to meet the specific requirements of the environment. It is possible to adapt the design, materials and construction of the door to the specific conditions in which it will be installed.