Cleanrooms can be designed using two different methodologies – traditional stick-build or modular. Both types of construction can provide an effective cleanroom. However, each method has pros and cons that depend on the customers’ specific facility requirement. In this article, written by Bryan Clark of JM Coull, Inc in Maynard, MA, Bryan provides an unbiased comparison of the two methodologies that outlines the advantages of the two types of cleanroom construction.
Intelligent automated door systems help people and goods move within buildings in a safe, efficient and convenient manner. Automatic doors have become increasingly popular for busy entrances from retail and leisure environments, to hospitals and manufacturing facilities.
What’s the difference between Dortek GRP and Composite Fire Doors?
Dortek successfully tested 3 new fire door types last week bringing the number to over 60 successful fire tests that Dortek has carried out across the world in the last 10 years.
Dortek hermetic sealing sliding doors are specifically designed for use in areas where hygiene and the control of air leakage is critical. The door has a unique patented track system which enables it to seal perfectly when closed helping to reduce cross contamination and expensive air handling costs. Air leakage has been tested independently and results up to 400 Pa pressure are available.
Traditional building materials like timber have their place but for hygienic areas like operating theatres, Dortek FRP doors are the only smart choice. FRP helps solve numerous design challenges whilst improving maintenance costs and hygienic performance in the long term. Here are the top ten reasons to specify Dortek FRP for Operating Theatres: