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Introduction to Plastics industry cleanrooms

AXENIC SYSTEMS (established in 1995) designs, builds, and installs cleanrooms for an extensive range of industries, from biosafety cleanrooms for medical research to industrial automotive and plastics manufacturing cleanrooms. Our modular cleanrooms are flexible, efficient, and highly customizable to your unique application. We understand that each application in the plastics industry has particular needs for cleanliness determined by the cleanroom classification or other industry standards. 

Plastics industry cleanrooms are used for the development, research, and assembly of plastic mechanisms in a controlled environment. Plastics play a valuable part in many industries, from packing and construction to automotive parts and medical devices. 

Depending on the plastic’s application and the significance of sterility for that use, the procedures to manufacture it can need major regulation. Plastics used in the configuration of medical devices, for example, involve more extreme care and cleanliness during the manufacturing procedure than plastic used for less sensitive purposes, such as that used to make furniture. While some plastics can be disinfected after manufacturing is completed, some plastics or components cannot hold up to heavy sterilization and instead must be developed in a clean environment.

A cleanroom is necessity to control the environment where the plastic is manufactured to certify product stability and consumer safety, mainly in those applications where the presence of contaminants could present a risk to an employee, patient, or consumer. In a controlled cleanroom space, environmental factors are observed to limit airborne and surface contamination to a suitable degree, as outlined by the cleanroom classification.


Plastics industry cleanrooms are controlled by cleanroom classifications set by the International Standards Organization, or ISO. The ISO classifications entitle the permitted contaminants in a cleanroom environment, filtered by particle size and number. 

ISO 14644-1 is divided into 9 classes, where Class 9 is equal to room air and Class 1 is the cleanest possible environment. Most plastics manufacturing cleanrooms fall under the requests of ISO Classes 7 or 8, meaning a maximum number of particles of .05μ or greater in the air ranging from 352,000 to 3,520,000. Some plastics manufacturing applications that are particularly sensitive to contamination or include more complex assembly may need a stricter cleanroom classification, such as ISO Class 5 or 6.

As the classification reduces, a cleaner space is essential. Plastics industry cleanrooms that are required to have a high level of control must constantly change the air to remove contaminants and push clean air into the space. They need the implementation of an efficient HVAC and HEPA filtration system to make sure that the air is changed constantly, efficiently and maintained at a stable temperature and humidity level.

Other industry-specific standards (such as ISO 9001,  ISO/TS 16949, or ASTM E2352) may be in place to ensure your cleanroom is accurately equipped to manage the unique threats to productivity and security it may face.


AXENIC SYSTEMS uses the finest quality materials to build top-of-the-line modular cleanrooms. We provide our Hardwall cleanrooms,  Rigidwall cleanrooms, and Softwall cleanrooms, all of which are tough and high-grade, and can be free-standing or integrate existing structures, walls, and HVAC and ventilation equipment.

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We can build both types as free-standing structures or inside existing buildings.