H2O2 Airlock Systems for Individual Requirements
Processes, technology competence and expertise.
A high level of competency with years of expertise and innovative strength have enable us to respond flexibly to a wide variety of special needs.
One of our strengths is the development of innovative and customized solutions that meet the ever-increasing challenges of the cleanroom industry.
Gaseous Decontamination, Personal Safety and Validity of Processes
Together with our research partners, we have been working on the overall process of H2O2 technology on a scientific basis for many years.
By dealing with complex challenges in the field of gaseous decontamination, personal safety and process validation, we are now able to design the entire decontamination process and put it into practice.
Starting with the engineering of fluid dynamics, gas generation, and the best distribution systems for the most efficient cycle development.
Basic scientific research, sound physics, chemistry know-how, extensive knowledge in the field of microbiology, as well as innovative strength, creativity and willingness to take risks help us to develop completely new technical concepts for practical application realization.
H2O2 Airlock System with the Highest Possible Degree of Purity
Decontamination by means of sterile compressed air for a safe decontamination process.
Logging and trend display is done via PM-Quality System, recipe management via SQL database system of the sluice chambers with associated RTP port.
"Airlock within the Airlock" Decontamination System Suitable for Short Cycle Times
"Sluice in the sluice" system enables a flexible response to a wide variety of infeed and outfeed requirements while maintaining short cycle times.
Automated H2O2 Decontamination Airlock Systems
The automated H2O2 decontamination airlock system communicates with the driverless transport and building management system.
It can be integrated into an automated logistics system for a building.
Loading is possible by AGVs, as well as by human operators. The system also recognizes humans as AGVs (Automated Guided Vehicles).