CLEAN ROOM DOORS
What is a clean room door?
It’s the door in the clean room. Made from insulation panel material, aluminum frame system, stainless steel handle 304. The door is easy to disassemble, repair, qualified not to cling to dust, easy to clean in a clean room. In addition, the clean room door of GMP GROUPS also has a soft, closed leg gasket to avoid pressure loss.
Characteristics of clean room panel doors
Designed 1 or 2 wings depending on the area, size, working environment and depending on the needs of customers and depending on the temperature of the clean room. The door is manufactured using PUR (Polyurethane) materials with thicknesses of 40mm, 50mm, 75mm, 100mm, 125mm, and 125mm.
The panel door has a slight density and a high closed cell ratio that prevents the possibility of entry of small objects. The panel door is safe and easy to use, has extremely good sound insulation.
The door frame and bezel are made of anodized aluminum alloy or can be replaced with stainless steel if required.
To meet the needs of customers, there are currently a variety of clean room panel doors from one wing to two wings, from doors to sliding doors.
In a production environment, panel doors come in two types: production room doors and exit doors. The door of the production room usually follows the rule of opening the door towards the high pressure area, the exit door is always open to the outside so as not to interfere in the event of an incident or fire.
Door to one wing:
The one-wing Interclod door with PUR panel has a thickness of 40mm – 150mm. The surrounding door frame system, main accessories and accessories are aluminum shaped combined locks and hydraulic shrinkage hands to ensure tightness when used.
1-door door by panel is commonly used in clean rooms or in cold storage
Similar to single-door doors, the two-door Intercold door also uses PUR core materials with a thickness of 40mm – 150mm. The surrounding door frame system, main accessories and accessories are aluminum shaped combined locks and hydraulic shrinkage hands to ensure tightness when used.
2-door doors are commonly used in clean rooms or in cold storage but in larger spaces than single-wing doors and easy to move in and out of materials.