The Future of Modular Cleanrooms: What to Expect

Modular cleanrooms are an increasingly popular choice for a variety of industries, due to their flexibility, ease of installation, and cost-effectiveness. These structures are used in a variety of settings, including research labs, pharmaceutical manufacturing, and food processing plants, to name a few. As technology continues to advance, the future of modular cleanrooms looks bright, with many exciting developments on the horizon.In this blog, we’ll be discussing what the future looks like for modular cleanrooms.Emergence of Smart TechnologyOne of the major trends in the modular cleanroom industry is the increasing use of smart technology. Smart cleanrooms use sensors and other technologies to monitor and control various aspects of the cleanroom environment, such as temperature, humidity, air quality, and more. This allows for greater accuracy and efficiency in maintaining a sterile environment.Increased Healthcare UseAnother trend is the increasing use of modular cleanrooms in the healthcare industry. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, … Continued

Project Highlight: Gasket Producer Employs Modular Cleanroom for Expansion

Newman Gasket, located in Lebanon, OH,  is a sanitary gasket company that got their start working in the dairy industry. Over time, Newman Gasket expanded their operation, now producing injection-molded gaskets for the pharmaceutical and bio pharmaceutical industries. Newman Gasket employed Vernick to help aid their rapid growth via a modular cleanroom system.Newman Gasket chose to work with us due to our unique design-build process and years of industry experience.Vernick designed and built an ISO class 7 modular cleanroom for Newman Gasket. Located inside of their expanded warehouse, our modular cleanroom met internal standards. Given the cleanroom was ISO class 7, we could guarantee a repeated production of high-quality parts.Since our client needed an overhead crane, Vernick also ensured that the cleanroom would operate properly despite the increased size of the facility.Our team provided the modular cleanroom wall system, the required associated electrical and HVAC systems, over 100 fan filter … Continued

What is a Cleanroom?

What is a cleanroom? Chances are, if you are reading this blog post, you’ve been tasked with constructing a cleanroom, or finding someone who can.Well, you’re in luck. Keep reading this blog post to find out everything you’ll need to know about cleanrooms, and how you can have one constructed in no time.What is a Cleanroom?A cleanroom is a controlled environment in which contaminants such as dust, airborne germs, and aerosol particles are filtered away to offer the cleanest possible environment. The majority of cleanrooms are employed for the production of goods like electronics, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices..Depending on the number of particles permitted per cubic meter, a cleanroom can be categorized into various classifications based on international standards (See ISO 14644). Previously prior to a globalized standard this was done with FED209E. This is where the cross reference between ISO 1-9 and Class 1 (ISO 14644) – Class 100,000 … Continued

3 Big Differences Between Hardwall and Softwall Cleanrooms

Cleanroom design and construction can be confusing. How do you decide if you need a hardwall or softwall cleanroom? Does your business need a modular solution? In order to answer these questions, it’s important to think about your desired use of the room, your budget, and other key factors such as flexibility. This is especially important for facilities’ managers because these considerations can greatly influence both your end solution and your bottom line. In this post, we’ll go over the three key differences between a hardwall and softwall cleanroom, and help you decide which solution is best for your business. We’ll also provide examples of work we’ve done in the past to provide you with inspiration for your upcoming project.Why should you care about finding the right solution for your business? All cleanrooms are the same, right? This couldn’t be further from the truth. In today’s competitive landscape, making sure your company is … Continued

3 Strong Advantages of a Hardwall Cleanroom

Is your pharmaceutical company considering the addition of a strictly controlled cleanroom? Does your manufacturing business need the added advantage of a highly regulated, yet flexible, workspace? The professionals at Vernick & Associates have been creating hardwall cleanrooms for commercial establishments in the Columbus area since 1985. With our tried-and-true process, we can help you design a hardwall system that will offer you the three advantages listed below.

Cleanrooms & Universities: Cleanroom Components For Higher Education

Building and maintaining a complex system of hardwall cleanrooms in a university setting requires a company that understands the specifications unique to higher education. Vernick & Associates is proud to assist educational campuses within the greater Cleveland area with the entire cleanroom process, from start to finish. Whether your team is looking for assistance in the areas of science, engineering, medical, agriculture, or several other fields, adding the following components will keep your cleanroom working at 100% efficiency.

Why Cleanrooms Are Necessary for the Manufacturing Industry

With the strict standards many manufacturing processes must follow today, cleanrooms are the ideal solution for maintaining rigidly-controlled environments. Both the hardwall and softwall cleanrooms from Vernick & Associates have the ability to provide control over humidity, air contamination, air pressure, and temperature. Along with ensuring a consistent and meticulous work environment, our cleanrooms also provide the following benefits necessary for a clean manufacturing process.

Update Your Cleanroom with Our Comprehensive 8-Step Process (Part 1)

When it’s time to update the cleanrooms in your facility, there are several factors to consider. Not only do you need to evaluate the exact specifications for the newly renovated environment, you also need to review the financial costs of the final project and any maintenance requirements of the updated space. Since 1985, the team at Vernick & Associates has been assisting numerous industries, including pharmaceuticals, health and medical, and academia, in updating their hardwall and softwall cleanrooms. Our 8-step process carefully and thoroughly reviews, investigates, designs, and presents your specific industry with a custom-built cleanroom and an environmentally controlled space.

Risk Mitigation: Controlled Environments for Handling Hazardous Drugs

More than 8 million healthcare workers are exposed to hazardous drugs every year. Between receiving, preparing, administering, and transporting these drugs, numerous healthcare workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals daily. As the Baby Boomer population approaches retirement, more exposure is possible due to the increased patient volumes in hospitals, surgery centers, and nursing homes. Vernick & Associates is proud to offer solutions for the healthcare industry to reduce the risk of chemical exposure through the customized installation of cleanrooms and environmental rooms.

Choosing the Best Materials for Your Cleanroom: Hardwall vs. Softwall Cleanrooms

Cleanroom and controlled environment technology are important for research and development involving chemicals and medicines. Building the appropriate structure for direct application is vital. Since 1985, Vernick & Associates has been the expert in cleanroom designs for the Ohio area. Custom designs are built to the exact specifications to meet industry standard and building capabilities.