New cleanroom facilities for 2022

Applied Tech Review | Tuesday, February 08, 2022

From new design concepts to global shortages to fresh businesses popping up worldwide. If 2020 was a global emergency and 2021 was the recovery, 2022 is looking to be the renaissance.

FREMONT, CA: The year 2022 marks the start of a new year of pandemic life. The cleanroom industry has truly stepped up its game after two years of responding to the virus and its repercussions. Innovations and new businesses have been sprouting up at an increasing rate, and this trend appears to be set to continue in the coming year. Multimodal facility design at the suite level is a trend that has a lot of potential among the new design concepts introduced in 2021. This trend, which was created out of the need to balance flexibility and speed, has a lot of potential, notably in the ATMP sector, which includes the popular COVID-19 monoclonal antibody treatment. Multimodal facility design is an innovative approach that encompasses running many suites for various therapies at the same time, with the option to simply shift these suites to mix and match what is needed at any given time. When there's a lot of demand and a lot of invention, it's easy to start a new firm. Guardtech, a cleanroom construction company, has already announced a major restructure following the acquisition of a turnkey cleanroom construction company in late 2021. The Isoblok prefabricated plug-and-play cleanroom modules, which is likely to be available this year, are one of the five pillars of the company's new organisational structure.

CleanSpace Cleanrooms, a newly formed company in the Netherlands, has also announced the launch of its first modular crossflow cleanroom for the high-tech industry at the beginning of 2022. In 2021, both old and new enterprises thrived, and everyone involved is hoping to keep it that way for as long as possible. Another concept that appears to be gaining support in 2022 is that of 'Industry 4.0.' This movement has been around for a while, but by the end of 2021, effective implementation of the ideas looked to have found its place. At the Manufacturing Chemist Live - Cleanroom Technology Conference, GEA even presented a virtual reality facility experience, which was a big hit with the guests. As more cleanroom projects are announced, the utilisation of 3D modelling, virtual reality facility tours, artificial intelligence, and digital twins is becoming increasingly common. The year 2022 would reveal whether or not this trend is here to stay.

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