Central Control Systems

Controlling the Cleanroom from a Control Module or from your Central Building Control System

Questions regarding the energy supply for the otherwise self-sufficient room-in-room solution are part of our detailed planning and will be answered within a consultation meeting. This is also when other requirements for utilities are discussed (network and power sockets, compressed air, gases, etc.).

The activation of lighting and filter fan units in groups as well as controlling the air-conditioning unit usually takes place from a central control and regulation module. This is housed in a separate control cabinet depending on room size and outfitting. Naturally, integration into the building management system (BMS) is also possible, ensuring that malfunction reports can be recorded and dealt with centrally. The operation controls for the most important components for lighting and air-conditioning controls are usually mounted at the room entrance in a power supply duct.