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Our Cleanrooms at a Glance

Jul 10, 2019 | Cleanrooms

Cleanrooms are an essential part of aseptic processing and manufacturing of sterile pharmaceutical products. Together with our partner, Delta2000, we provide modular cleanrooms for the pharmaceutical, chemical, cosmetic, food and electronic sectors.


Our cleanrooms are specially manufactured using High-Pressure Laminate (HPL) panels. HPL panels are extremely durable and resist damage from impact. Our HPL panels are resistant to harsh chemicals and cleaning agents and fire-resistant as well.

Our HPL panels have a 4mm thickness compared to the more common 2mm/2.5mm thickness, which brings more durability and strength into our cleanrooms. Our panels are heat sealed pressed together using maximum bond strength. HPL requires less maintenance compared to steel or aluminum panels and has a lifespan of 10-15 years.

We provide cleanrooms through our modular components:

  • Walls
  • Doors
  • Flooring
  • Ceilings
  • Furniture and customizable options.

The modular walls are flexible and allow for easy removal or reconfiguration. The cleanroom doors protect controlled environments from dust, dirt, and humidity changes by our guillotine bar system at the bottom of each door and magnetic door frames for a guaranteed tighter closure. The flooring is chemical resistant, resistant to microbial growth, and meet all strict requirements regarding particle release and emissions of volatile compounds. We provide walkable and suspended ceilings, with the surface hung below the main ceiling to customize the height of the room. You can finish off your cleanroom with many customizable options including shelves, lockers and benches.

Our Solution

ACIC Machinery, together with our partner, Delta2000, bring you state-of-the-art modular cleanrooms for the pharmaceutical and chemical sectors. Click here for more information.



  1. Our partner Delta2000
  2. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, FDA. (2004). Guidance for Industry. Sterile Drug Products Produced by Aseptic Processing — Current Good Manufacturing Practice. Retrieved from Retrieved on June 27, 2019.