Category Archives: CLEAN ROOM PRODUCTS

A range of bespoke stainless steel equipment for use in clean rooms.

Electronics Sub Assembly Testing

Testing of electronics sub assemblies.

There are three low cost models available, each with a maximum operating temperature of 55°C to simulate hot environments. These cabinets can have insulated walls and roof to reduce their electricity use and minimise their carbon footprint. An overheat safety cut out prevents overheating of the products under test. The safety glass doors allow the test products to be viewed without interfering with the chamber temperature.

1000 Litre Test Cabinet – Floor Standing Model.

Cabinets with a higher operating temperature or pass through between two clean assembly rooms are also available.

Options include stainless steel, pass-through and fan circulation as shown in the photograph, also internal power outlets, port for test probes, insulated walls, etc. Bespoke manufactured.


Clean Room Drying Cabinets

Special stainless steel pass-through Laboratory Drying Cabinet.

These cabinets are designed to fit within a partition wall between both the wash-up and clean-up room or between two clean rooms. They have a door to front and back.

This easy to clean and sturdy design is ideal for all environments including general purpose and industrial.

These are usually manufactured in stainless steel for easy cleaning. Powder painted cabinets are an option if required.

Other options include circulation fan, extract fan, combined circulation/extract fan, overheat safety protection.

Free Standing Drying Cabinet

Free standing drying cabinets and insulated models with reduced energy consumption are also available.

Drying Cabinet - Floor Standing Model.
Drying Cabinet – Floor Standing Model.

Three sizes of floor standing drying cabinets are available as standard as follows: 540, 100 & 1300 litres, and we can also manufacture to customer requirements. Drying cabinets with insulated walls and ceiling are also available to reduce power consumption and the carbon footprint. Options include:

  • Internal lighting
  • Internal power sockets for testing electronic components and sub assemblies (like burn in ovens), etc..