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Cleanrooms
for the plastics industry

Cleanrooms for the plastics industry are governed by different standards and regulations, specific to each sector of activity. The plastics industry requires a very high level of control, with the most accurate design and sizing adapted to the presses.

In the plastics industry, many products are manufactured, including infusion bags.

Quality and productivity

The ZAC dedicated to plastics processing require a high level with very often ISO7 and ISO8 classes for which particle concentrations will be controlled for sizes between 0.5 μm and 5 μm.

A very important parameter for plastics manufacturers is to define the location of the presses, indoors or outdoors, depending on the configuration of a building and the process. The plastics industry therefore requires a special configuration to optimize volumes.

This will determine the size and volume of the cleanroom , and consequently the operating costs and energy consumption. By way of example: for an ISO8 room measuring 300 m² and 3 m in height, approximately 13,500 m3/h of air will be mixed and processed (the recommended mixing rate for an ISO8 is 15 vol/h), compared with 27,000 m3/h for an ISO7 (with a recommended mixing rate of 30 vol/h). This means that the flow rate is multiplied by 2 between an ISO8 and an ISO7, which is why it's so important to define your real needs carefully, and not to upgrade your room.

Study
project and quotation

From pre-project study to completion, VÊPRES will accompany you from A to Z for the realization and "turnkey" delivery of your cleanroom.

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VÊPRES is a member of POLYVIA, the union of polymer processors

Polyvia is the Union of Polymer Processors, a national entity that represents plastics and composites manufacturers throughout France. Proximity, commitment and excellence are the main values defended by this professional union which was created in 2021. The plastics and composites sector has 3500 companies that bring together 126,000 employees throughout France.

By joining this network, VÊPRES was able to offer its technical support, experience and knowledge to manufacturers whose production required infrastructure made up of cleanrooms.

Cleanrooms for the plastics industry

Cleanrooms for the plastics industry are subject to strict standards. The design of these rooms must be adapted to the presses, with optimized placement. This layout influences the size and volume of the rooms, thus affecting operating and energy costs. VÊPRES, a specialist in the constraints of the plastics processing industry, offers customized solutions.