The Latest in Cleanroom Technology: Keeping Your Operation Up to Date

Technological advancements move at lightning-fast pace. As a consumer or business owner, it can feel like the technology is obsolete by the time it’s implemented. With the importance of cleanroom and controlled environment designs and technology, how do you know it’s current? At Vernick & Associates, we specialize in building and maintaining custom designed and constructed cleanrooms. Serving a variety of industries throughout the Midwest, you can count on us to build a compliant and effective work environment.

The Power of the Component in the Optimal Cleanroom

Each cleanroom and environmental room is designed and constructed to suit the needs of the customer. While a variety of industries utilize cleanrooms, each customer has unique applications requiring customization. In addition to the cleanroom specifications, customers also have a variety of components available to meet industry and regulatory needs. At Vernick & Associates, we have over 32 years of experience in design, construction, and installation of cleanroom solutions. Let’s discuss your needs for cleanroom technology today!

3 Ways an Environmental Room Increases Workplace Efficiencies

Our biggest asset in the workplace is our labor force. While technology is an increasingly large asset in our business and personal lives, it’s only effective under proper implementation. We can optimize our greatest asset, people, by giving them the tools and environment for success. The engineers at Vernick & Associates provide industrial design solutions to increase productivity and efficiencies of the Midwestern workforce.

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. 

Morphing Your Workspace with a Modular Office

Have you ever found your workspace to be inefficient or noisy? The open concept design is great in many instances, but it can sometimes be ineffective. The modern office requires partitions, glass wall enclosures, and security in addition to open space for community and collaboration.  New construction is costly and can halt production. Don’t stop your daily business just to achieve an optimal working environment. Let Vernick & Associates construct a modular office to meet the growing demands of your business.

Basics of Determining Cleanroom Lighting

In the last blog post from Vernick & Associates, we talked a little about the different types of flooring for cleanrooms. In this post, we will go over the different types of lighting features and levels for you to consider for your cleanroom.As with every aspect of a cleanroom, the lighting is extremely important and requires proper cleanability. In order to prevent any type of contamination, the lighting must be bacteria-free.

Sheet Vinyl Flooring vs. Epoxy Flooring

At Vernick & Associates, we install all aspects of cleanrooms, from top to bottom—and that includes flooring. When it comes to choosing a cleanroom floor, there are lots of factors to consider, as with every area of constructing cleanrooms.The cleanroom flooring you will choose requires careful thought about the materials and your specific needs. When it comes to cleanrooms that deal with biologicals, food, and pharmaceuticals, stopping bacteria and microorganisms from growing is critical. This is why the flooring is so important—you must select flooring that doesn’t allow microorganisms to hide, breed, and spread. This means flooring with no cracks or holes.

What Makes a Clean Room “Clean”?

Clean rooms are “created” when clean room designers like Vernick & Associates bring together engineering design, fabrication, finish, and operational controls to convert a “normal” room to a “clean room” so that they can be used for manufacturing. These clean rooms must meet the requirements defined in the Sterile Code of Annex 1 of both the EU and PIC/S Guides to GMP and other standards and guidance as required by local health authorities.