What determines the type of substrate to be used in the cleanroom wall panels?

Answered By: Tim Loughran

In the FabLine system, the substrate is not as important of a determining factor because those systems are used more as cleanroom partitions than creating environments. The CleanLine system (where we’re creating an entire cleanroom environment) is where the substrate becomes more important. Also of importance is what the substrate is made of since that has to do with the fire ratings, the insulating values and other items other than just cleanliness.

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One of the great things about CleanLine is it gives you that ability to be able to utilize the cleanroom wall, not just for a clean room partition, but for a partition that’s creating an environment. It gives you the chance to go to fire ratings and insulating values, which creates more value in that particular partition.

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