Critical Environment Design and Engineering
Clients in the aerospace sector design, construct and/or test flight vehicles, radar systems, satellites, engines, materials, structures and optical products. Some work on improving flight safety, fuel efficiency and vehicle speed.
During the manufacture, assembly and testing of sensitive components and products, sterile aerospace cleanrooms are required to control contamination and meet specified air pressure, temperature and humidity levels. The cleanroom is also necessary to protect workers from the effects of outgassing and electrostatic discharges.
Meeting Cleanroom Standards
Engineering and manufacturing companies in the aerospace industry are subject to rigorous compliance standards. At the least, aerospace cleanrooms must meet ISO Class 7/Federal Standard 209 Class 10,000 requirements. An ISO 7 Class 10,000 cleanroom is a hardwall facility with HEPA filtration systems that maintain air cleanliness levels to no more than 10,000 particles per cubic foot.
In addition to meeting ISO standards, aerospace cleanrooms must comply with the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) standards relating to air filtration, procedures and garments worn by workers.
Modular Cleanrooms from CE
CE designs and constructs modular cleanrooms that are uniquely suited to the aerospace industry. Whether your cleanroom is incorporated into an existing building or erected as a freestanding structure, our cleanrooms provide a sterile environment that complies with all relevant regulations, while offering flexibility for future layout changes.
CE’s engineers specify and install the HVAC and HEPA filtration units that remove contaminants from the air and maintain air cleanliness. We also offer lighting, furnishing and material options to meet your needs and your design aesthetic.