Cleanroom/Environmental Enclosures

HEPA filtered cleanrooms and standard environmental enclosures are available utilizing modular construction. Typical uses include quality control inspection areas and manufacturing areas. Our services include design and turnkey installation.



Although modular walls are more expensive up-front, costs can be offset by the savings achieved through greater productivity, resulting in a lower lifetime cost compared to traditional construction. Other main advantages of modular construction include:

  • Low Mess
  • Flexibility and Adaptability
  • Reduced Construction Time

Modular wall systems are ideal for building enclosed environments to house machinery, specialized equipment and specific processes including:

  • Injection Molding Rooms
  • CMM Rooms
  • Equipment Enclosures
  • Quality Control & Inspection Rooms
  • Sensitive Goods & Equipment Storage
  • Paint & Powder Coating Enclosures
  • Printing Rooms
  • Laboratories

Storage Solution’s modular wall systems are available in a number of panel finishes including vinyl, painted steel, aluminum  or a fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) finishes that provide environmental control from noise, temperature, humidity and particulates. They can also accommodate oversized roll-up or bi-parting doors to facilitate the movement of large equipment and materials in and out of the controlled environment.

“Do I need a cleanroom, or just a “cleaner” room?”

The word cleanroom can immediately sound like something more complicated than it really is. Though most might picture a highly sophisticated enclosure with occupants dressed in full containment gowning when they hear the word “cleanroom”, the term can actually take on a variety of meanings.

Even though our cleanroom systems can be used to create highly-advanced critical environments, that type of application is typically a smaller percentage of the cleanroom market that we serve. The majority of our work involves the creation of modular environments that allow our end-customers to:

*Contain processes
*Enclose machinery or equipment
*Adhere to regulations governing safety and quality

The above solutions allow our clients to enhance operational efficiency, increase product quality and improve throughput. Below are a few of the more common requirements for controlled environments and for more specialized cleanroom environments.