Definition of Containment
OEB Levels required worldwide
Grading of standardized self-cleaning HEPA filter units
Selection of equivalent self-cleaning HEPA filter systems
Avoidance of cross-contamination
Developing filtration islands
Protection of the environment
Protection of the operator during dust recovery
Protection of the operator during HEPA filter change
Fully automated control technology
Validation of the filter system
Filter lifting table incl. attachments
HEPA filter units
HEPA filter cassettes
High Tech HEPA filtration
of dust laden process air
H14 according to EN 1822
Dealing with inhalable and toxic dusts
Pharma: OEB 1-6
To protect the operator,
the filter unit and the environment.
We close the Gap in Containment.
HEPA filtration of dust-laden process air under containment conditions.
Chemical- and Pharmaceutical
Manufacture of hazardous to health products and drugs
Food & Cosmetics
Manufacture under hygienic production conditions
incl. Nuclear Industry
Dealing with hazardous to health substances, inhalable fine dusts of any kind, even radioactively charged dusts.