A metal false ceiling for clean rooms is a structure made of materials resistant to disinfection and the ability to maintain a preset pressure in them. Suspended ceilings are used in medical institutions, laboratories, pharmaceutical/food/chemical/electrical indusries. They are used to isolate clean zones from building’s structures of elements of engineering systems. You can install lamps, servicing hatches and a variety of ventilation elements.
The concealed panel fastening system provides minimal interpanel joints, full tightness and allows easy dismantling of the panels, which allows access to the inter-ceiling space for maintenance of engineering systems. Built-in lightings are an integrated part of the ceiling. The location, number and power of the luminaires is calculated in such a way as to ensure the illumination of the room in accordance with current regulations. Luminaries have a degree of protection IP54 and above.
Characteristics of clean rooms ceilings:
Suspended structures are mounted on a special frame - a system with load-bearing and cross-section rails, fixed to the interfloor overlapping on special hangers, allowing to regulate the height.
The dimensions of the assembly components of the ceiling and luminaires can be 595x595 mm, 600x600 mm and 625x625 mm.
Ceiling panels can be metal, aluminum or gipsometallic, made of gypsum board and metal sheet with high-quality polymer coating. The latter are characterized by an impeccably smooth surface, they are easily cleaned of dirt and after cleaning they do not leave any stains.
Suspended ceilings of clean rooms meet the current standards: GOST R ISO 14644-4-2002, SanPiN 184.108.40.20630-10
WestMedGroup is engaged in the design and installation of clean rooms, including the installation of ceilings with integrated laminar air flow distributors and lighting fixtures.WestMedGroup is engaged in the design and installation of clean rooms, including the installation of ceilings with integrated laminar air flow distributors and lighting fixtures.