The Liberty Cleanroom is the quickest cleanroom to install on the market today! These cleanrooms and isolation enclosures are used in a variety of industries, including medical equipment manufacturing, assembly and packaging, electronics assembly, aerospace, computers, research, food preparation and processing, pharmaceutical manufacturing and much more.
Liberty cleanrooms are expandable by 4 foot increments. Lengths are established by the number of panels that you connect, panel sizes are 4 foot wide. Standard roof panel sizes are 4', 8', 12' by 4' wide. Panels are made from anodized aluminum frames with sealed in acrylic panels, frame material is strong 6063-T6 Aluminum with Protective Anodized Coating. Lightweight design makes assembly easy. Build any length of cleanroom when starting with our standard widths.
The State of the Art SIS Softwall Liberty Cleanroom Component System. The design of the Liberty VFCS (Vertical Flow Component System) - which includes frame, MAC10 fan filter units (FFU's), lights and vinyl curtain sets up fast on your site without the need for special tools. The curtain which is 40 mil. vinyl extends downward to within 12" of the floor. This curtain acts as an air containment device to assure Class 100 (ISO 5) air flowing down and over the critical work area. Lighting will supply 100-125 FTC over the work surface at a height of 30' from the floor.
Liberty's 7300 modular cleanrooms, either with soft walls or solid acrylic walls can be designed and constructed to your cleanroom requirements and can be fitted to uncoventional or restricted space requirements. Check out the background in the picture. The cleanroom is designed to meet or exceed USP <797> requirments and it can be equipped with an anteroom. The IV 7300 cleanroom is sold as a complete unit with pre-engineered filtration, temperature and relative humidity control, if required. All Liberty modular cleanrooms can be taken down or expanded and re-installed at another location should the need arise to relocate or expand your sterile compounding facilities.
Liberty's Modular cleanrooms can be designed as a single-pass cleanroom, a recirculating with air-chase walls and ceiling plenum, or as a hardwall partition for existing sterile environments.
Modular Liberty cleanrooms can be designed as a single-pass cleanroom, a recirculating with air-chase walls and ceiling plenum, or as a hardwall partition for existing sterile environments.
On January 1, 2004 USP 797 regulations went into effect. These regulations are FDA enforceable and the FDA has indicated that it fully intends to do so.
USP 797 applies to healthcare personnel in all healthcare facilities where sterile preparations (CSP's) are compounded, stored, and dispensed, including community pharmacies, outsourcing pharmacies, physician practices, infusion clinics, surgical clinics, home care organizations, long-term care facilities and satellite pharmacies.
In order to be in compliance with the new rules, such institutions will need to protect their products by utilizing a Laminar Airflow Workbench (LAFW's) within a cleanroom or , depending on requirements, a positive pressure barrier isolation which takes the place of a cleanroom by providing cleanroom conditions within a contained workspace.
By January 2005, the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) will require an action plan for each accredited healthcare organization that will bring the organization into compliance with USP 797 within a reasonable period of time.
Liberty offers a variety of solutions to enable compliance with the regulations no matter what the risk level.
The accompanying diagram on the left features a Class 5 cleanroom with an accompanying class 8 anteroom which provides a clean area for donning gloves, gowns, etc. with a total footprint of 6' x 8'.
Unit is supplied with lights, strip curtains and a fan filter unit.
Liberty's barrier isolator, pictured at the right, isolates areas from various contamination sources including the volume of air surrounding the equipment and the space from ceiling to floor. A barrier isolator encompasses a much smaller area around the process allowing a small volume and proper airflow and totally removes workers contamination from the process.
Whether the decision is to install a cleanroom or opt for a barrier isolators, the primary goal is safety. Both systems have their benefits and drawbacks, but it is up to the individual pharmacy directors to make the best decision for their business, their personnel and their patients.
Low profile unit designed for height limited overhead installations for cleanrooms and cleanroom applications offered by Liberty. Reduced weight makes it easy to install and has less ceiling load.
The 2' x 4' motorized MAC10 fan filter unit is equipped with a HEPA filter that is 99.99% efficient on 0.3 micron and larger particles. This filter face is 100% scanned as per ISO-14644-1 (Federal Standard 209E).
Fan Filter Units are also available in 24" x 24".
Both units are available in 277 volts/60 Hz
As an opion. for extra cleaniness, ULPA filters are available in both units as an option. Standard units are 120 Volt, 1 phase, 60 HZ.
Liberty offers a complete line of cleanroom furniture and equipment for your compounding facility and all your cleanroom requirements.