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What are Clean Environment Systems?
Clean air environment systems are systems that create a defined space which is free of contaminants (particles, bacteria, microbes, etc.). These systems can be used in a variety of applications from mobile operating rooms, isolation facilities, and clean rooms for high-tech industries.
Clean environment systems are available as both positive air pressure systems and negative pressure systems.
Positive Air Pressure Systems
In positive air pressure systems, positive air pressure is obtained within the system using regulated, controlled pressurized air inflated to the system using a set of filters. These filters clean the interior of the system within minutes, removing polluting particles and preventing the entry of new particles.
Negative Air Pressure Systems
In negative air pressure systems, the negative pressure is obtained within the system using controlled and monitored vacuuming systems that clean the interior of the system within minutes, removing polluting particles and maintaining a constant clean environment.