Vernick understands that a business’ needs change along with its priorities and processes. That’s why we specialize in providing our clients with cleanrooms that offer maximum flexibility without sacrificing strict environmental control. Our modular cleanrooms can be configured for any use, and they’re designed to be easily modified.

What is a Cleanroom?

Sometimes also called a “clean room,” a cleanroom is an isolated area within a business or research facility designed to regulate environmental factors ranging from air pressure and contamination levels to temperature and humidity.

Governed by specifications set by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), a controlled modular cleanroom is non-negotiable in many industries including:

  • Medical and medical device manufacturing
  • Pharmacies
  • Aerospace engineering
  • And more.

However, it can often be challenging to figure out your requirements within your specific business and industry for your cleanroom. That is where Vernick comes in. For decades, we have constructed high-quality modular cleanrooms and dedicated ourselves to providing the best customer service to all our clients.

Turnkey Cleanroom Solutions

Since 1985, Vernick has sought to provide our clients with superior cleanrooms paired with excellent customer service. One way we achieve both these things is through providing turnkey cleanroom solutions. While turnkey cleanrooms offer fewer custom options than other designs, they provide unique opportunities and benefits. Our cleanroom turnkey operation provides you with fast, high-quality, creative building solutions to meet any requirements while minimizing risk, saving costs, and meeting federal, state, and local agency guidelines.

What Type of Modular Cleanroom Do I Need?

Begin by identifying what degree of control you need over your modular cleanroom. For pharmaceutical and medical industries, highly standardized cleanrooms with absolute control are a requirement. If you work in an industry more like academia, you may find yourself looking for a more relaxed solution. If a regimented cleanroom is not your solution, consider one of the following options:

Environmental rooms: A controlled environment that does not have to meet the air quality standards that govern cleanrooms.
Dry rooms: Low humidity, temperature-controlled rooms for manufacturing or assembling batteries and other moisture-sensitive products.
Metrology laboratories: A controlled environment which allows sensitive coordinate machines and other measuring processes to function properly.
Quality control laboratories: Built to exacting standards with stable temperatures and filtered air to test products.
Modular offices: A fast, affordable option capable of accommodating space requirements to create private offices, breakrooms, and more.

Cleanroom Constructions

For each specific type of cleanroom and controlled environment room, we offer two types of construction: hardwall and softwall. Each option is available in various sizes and standards, all customizable to your exact design specifications. We also carry the equipment and components you will need to make these modular cleanrooms function as they should.

When you want the privacy and function of a regular room, a hardwall cleanroom is an excellent choice. Built with prefabricated, pre-finished rigid walls, these are completely enclosed rooms with their own air-handling systems to provide filtered air. They are easily modified and moved. Our hardwall options work for both meeting strict ISO standards or providing a clean environment within your business. Cost-effective, expandable, moveable, and with a quick, clean construction process, hardwall options offer many advantages.

Sharing many benefits with the hardwall cleanroom model, softwall cleanrooms work well for separating a single process from the rest of your operation. Versatile vinyl curtains form the basis of this structure, and the cleanroom can stand alone or function as a room within a cleanroom to create even more immaculate work zones.

Our Cleanroom Building Process

Still unsure about which cleanroom option is best for you, your business, and your industry? Not a problem.

Our experts have developed an 8-Step Process to guide you through the journey of finding the most cost-effective modular cleanroom to meet each of your requirements. We start by discussing your goals for the project and hand over the keys only when we have met them. But we are not done yet—We pride ourselves on developing long-term relationships with clients by providing ongoing service and support.

We understand that choices are important when considering any construction project, especially cleanrooms. That is why we take the time to understand your goals and to walk you through how each design decision will impact performance and cost. Since customer service is our highest priority, we provide you with the exact amount of control you require without oversupplying the need or overstepping the budget.

Ready to learn more? Read our FAQ page or contact us through our website or by phone at (844)476-1464 today. Whether you are contemplating a project or need installation-ready parts for an established facility, we can help. We look forward to serving you.