Pharmaceutical Air Filtration System
Pharmaceutical facilities usually have a more complex HVAC system than a typical commercial or industrial building, due to the strict air quality standards they must maintain. Proper filtration is a necessity in these applications to minimize downtime and streamline production within the clean rooms, while capitalizing on energy savings within budget guidelines.
Pharmaceutical facilities usually have a more complex HVAC system than a typical commercial or industrial building due to stricter air quality standards.
Typically systems use make-up air units with a variety of filters to treat the air before it enters the clean room.
Selecting products with a lower pressure drop inside of these units can result in lower energy costs for the facility.
A ceiling mounted HEPA or ULPA filter eliminates all submicron particulate that has made it through the make-up air system.
The final filter creates the clean environment needed for pharmaceutical applications while also providing laminar flow in the clean rooms.
Ultraviolet lights have also been successfully used in pharmaceutical applications to irradiate any microbiological contaminants in the facility.
A combination of these different types of filtration work together to insure that pharmaceutical facilities remain a sterile environment.
Consider bringing in a NAFA Certified Air Filtration Specialist from Joe W. Fly Co. for a complimentary system survey, evaluation, and consultation.