With our cleanroom chairs, cleanroom tables, stainless steel cabinets and stainless steel shelving, you can equip your cleanroom safely and functionally. The cleanroom furniture is tailored to the requirements and needs of your cleanroom processes. Materials and workmanship of the cleanroom furniture prevent hidden dust deposits and allow easy cleaning and disinfection. With a height-adjustable cleanroom table or cleanroom chair, ergonomic working is no problem even in a cleanroom. Cabinets and shelves made of stainless steel also meet all requirements for GMP cleanrooms.
Which cleanroom furniture is essential for a cleanroom cannot be answered by a blanket statement.
The cleanroom furnishings are highly dependent on the process being carried out. For processes carried out manually by personnel, cleanroom tables and cleanroom chairs are often part of the basic equipment for carrying out the processes. Furthermore, racks are often used for storage. Overall, however, there is a wide selection of cleanroom furniture to help you work with sensitive processes:
- Cleanroom chairs
- Cleanroom tables
- Cleanroom cabinet
- Cleanroom shelving
- Cleaning trolley
- Tool trolley
- Other cleanroom workstation equipment
Stainless steel equipment is ideally suited for use in the cleanroom. The smooth and non-porous surface of this cleanroom furniture prevents the shedding of particles and enables efficient cleaning and disinfection. Compared to other materials, stainless steel is particularly resistant to corrosion and chemicals, which ensures its longevity in demanding cleanroom environments. In addition, the robustness of stainless steel equipment ensures that it is not easily damaged, thus reducing the risk of contamination. The ability to ground static electricity prevents buildup that could attract particles. Overall, stainless steel equipment provides a reliable, hygienic and durable solution for cleanroom facilities.
SCHILLING ENGINEERING's cleanroom furniture is specially designed for use in cleanrooms and meets the strict requirements for hygiene, safety and quality.
- ISO + GMP compliant: The cleanroom furniture complies with international cleanroom standards and is suitable for various cleanroom classes.
- Easy to clean: The cleanroom furniture is made of smooth and abrasion-resistant materials that allow easy and effective cleaning. They are stain resistant and insensitive to various chemicals.
- High load capacity: the cleanroom furniture is designed to be sturdy and robust to ensure high load capacity. They can carry heavy objects or people with ease.
- Antimicrobial: The cleanroom furniture has an antimicrobial coating that prevents the growth of bacteria, fungi or viruses. They reduce the risk of contamination.
- Food safe: the cleanroom furniture is also suitable for use in food areas. They meet food safety and hygiene requirements.
A cleanroom chair is a special chair variant developed for use in cleanrooms and clean areas. The special features compared to normal industrial chairs are, on the one hand, the hygienic design to prevent contamination and, on the other hand, the usually integrated ESD protection. The upholstered seats and backrests of the cleanroom chairs are covered with an airtight cover so that particles cannot settle. This also prevents them from being released into the ambient air by jerky movements of the user. The same applies to the chair mechanism. The adjustment levers are designed in such a way that they also do not provide any opportunity for particles to settle. Feet, castors, armrests and other accessories are also made of abrasion-resistant materials that also do not release particles into the ambient air.
A cleanroom table is a cleanroom product that is specially designed for working in a cleanroom. For this reason, it must meet various characteristics, which can vary depending on the area of application. On the one hand, it must comply with the international ISO 14644 and GMP standards for cleanrooms. Secondly, it must be made of materials that allow easy and effective cleaning. The surface must be smooth, abrasion-resistant and dirt-repellent.
In addition, the cleanroom table must be resistant to the various chemicals used in cleanrooms. Cleanroom tables must be insensitive to acids, alkalis, solvents or disinfectants. Stainless steel is a particularly chemical-resistant material. The tabletop must be free of joints so that no dirt or germ pockets can form. Suitable materials include coated or laminated duplex boards, solid core or stainless steel.
In addition, the cleanroom table should be sturdy and robustly constructed so that it can easily support heavy objects or equipment. The table legs should be levelable to allow for optimal alignment. Furthermore, the cleanroom table should have an antimicrobial coating that prevents the growth of bacteria, fungi or viruses. This reduces the risk of contamination.
Finally, the cleanroom table should be ergonomically designed to promote a comfortable and healthy working posture. One way to do this is to adjust the height of the table electrically, which allows it to be adapted to the height of the user and the work situation. This can also make it easier to switch between sitting and standing.
In addition, the cleanroom table can be adapted to the individual needs of the user. To this end, various options such as drawers, shelves or roll containers can be added. The cleanroom table must always meet the cleanroom requirements.