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Science Lab

Biotechnology / Life Science

Enabling Analytics, Protecting Privacy

Clean Room Access Control, lab interlocking

 Design interlocking labs, vestibules, and exits and accommodate for other unique circumstances. Clean rooms are “clean” because access into and out of the area is tightly controlled. Because these and other safeguards are critical in maintaining a clean room, it is prudent to ensure that best practices are followed. 

Depending on the manufacturing process, other interlock system considerations may include:

  • Air system control;

  • Traffic controls;

  • User feedback indication;

  • Automatic door openers;

  • Emergency override;

  • Access control; and

  • Door alarms.

  • The construction of some modular cleanrooms may also limit the number and types of interlock devices that may be compatible. This is frequently addressed with factory-customized mounting hardware for locks and control switches

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