PARTITION WALLS
CLEAN ROOM PANELS

 

LeoCon Group's partition-wall system meet the high international requirements and standards for materials for finishing cleanrooms and comply with all requirements for bio-decontamination processes using hydrogen peroxide.

The smooth homogeneous structure of panels, the sealing of the joints in combination with perfect structural solutions, helps to avoid the creation of places in the clean rooms that are difficult to access for cleaning and, as a result, the accumulation of bacteria and other contaminants.

In the partition walls  are easily integrated medical and technological equipment, inspection and transfer windows, service hatches, etc. Construction is based on a frame,  guides / supporting profiles and wall panels. Joints between the panels are closed with sealing highly elastic silicone sealants with bactericidal properties that meet the requirements for materials used in clean rooms. For the decoration of corners (internal and external), solid angular elements with a radius of 52 mm are used. Engineering communications could be integrated in panels.

The materials for panels are durable, do not absorb moisture, are resistant to chemical and mechanical effects, are fire-resistant and non-toxic, have antistatic and antibacterial properties of surfaces. The internal space of the wall panels is filled with non-flammable, heat-insulating material of high density. The use of insulation materials in the structure of partition walls creates a high level of noise insulation of rooms, the standard thickness of wall panels is 52 mm and 102 mm, which is sufficient to provide structural strength and energy savings due to lower thermal conductivity.

Partition walls provide strength against the excess pressure of at least 250 Pa. If X-ray protection is required, wall panels include plates of lead of the required equivalent, depending on the level of radiation.

Partition wall structure allows quick assembly and disassembly, that ensures rapid implementation of the projects, both in new construction and reconstruction, reduces the cost of replanning premises and provides access to utilities for the possibility of their repair or maintenance.