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What is a cleanroom ?

Control, manage and protect

cleanroom is a controlled-atmosphere zone (ZAC) which enables you to control the sources and vectors of contamination in order to protect and optimize the quality of your production. An environment that cannot tolerate the slightest failure, because every source is a vector of contamination for another source.

cleanroom is a ZAC, controlled atmosphere zone.
Two pressure gauges for a controlled-atmosphere zone.

Controlled atmosphere zone

Contamination sources and vectors

The main source of contamination in a controlled atmosphere area (ZAC) is particulate. This is mainly due to personnel working and cleaning the room. Added to this are sources of microbiological (bacteria, fungi, viruses, etc.) and chemical contamination, once again linked to the human factor, but also to the environment (water, air, food, surfaces, waste, linen, etc.). The slightest malfunction can lead to contamination of your room.

The main vectors of contamination are surfaces, air, the products used and, once again, personnel, who transmit microbes via the skin, hair and ENT tract. The human factor is predominant. We therefore need to ensure that our staff are properly trained to intervene at cleanroom to maintain the integrity of a controlled environment and avoid any adverse effects on your productivity.

How a cleanroom

Prevent the entry of external contaminants with a powerful filtration system to keep your business running smoothly.

The entry and exit of people, fluids and objects through airlocks ensures that the atmosphere in the controlled-atmosphere zone is controlled to preserve its integrity.

What standards need to be met?

Cleanrooms are designed according to specific, clearly defined standards, adapted to the different fields of activity and to your specifications.

Sizing, energy, lay out, choice of materials, VÊPRES masters the regulatory requirements to meet your needs and design customized infrastructures.

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Whatever your field of activity, our expertise and references allow us to respond rigorously to your project cleanroom. The teams VÊPRES will provide you with relevant answers adapted to your specifications, respecting your constraints and the specificities related to your production.

Controlled Atmosphere Areas (ZAC) for industries

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CLEAN ROOMS

How it works

The principle of a cleanroom is to prevent the entry and proliferation of external contaminants that can harm your production.

Air handling system of a cleanroom with ducts, filters and suction.

YOUR PROJECT

Warranties and maintenance

VÊPRES has all the guarantees and insurances of a general contractor, and offers a maintenance and upkeep service.

As a general contractor, the VÊPRES teams take care of the maintenance and upkeep of your equipment.

ACHIEVEMENTS

All our projects

For over 60 years, VÊPRES has been designing and manufacturing equipment for a wide range of industries.

Two cleanroom installers in white overalls with masks and goggles building a cleanroom.

TESTIMONIALS

They trust us

Our reputation for excellence is built on the quality of our services and our teams. Our customers say it best.

Our customers talk about our work in numerous testimonials.
Air handling system of a cleanroom with ducts, filters and suction. As a general contractor, the VÊPRES teams take care of the maintenance and upkeep of your equipment. Two cleanroom installers in white overalls with masks and goggles building a cleanroom. Our customers talk about our work in numerous testimonials.

What is a ZAC ?

A cleanroom is a controlled-atmosphere zone designed to control the sources and vectors of contamination in order to protect production quality. The main sources of contamination are particulate, microbiological and chemical, linked to human factors and the environment. Contamination vectors include surfaces, air, products and personnel. Controlling these factors is essential to maintain a controlled environment and protect productivity.