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Calculate your cleanroom investment

The cost of a modular & pre-engineered cleanroom can range significantly depending on your requirements and it is extremely tricky to give you a fixed cleanroom cost price per square meter. Why is that? There are many variables to take into consideration when looking for purchasing or renting a cleanrooom. Where will it be installed? Will it be a box-in-box solution? What is your required cleanliness classification?

Our SteriCube units are developed to be installed indoor and outdoor. Depending on your choices, we do have prices for several types of SteriCube cleanrooms available. The technical drawings here below give an impression of our standardized SteriCube layouts, ranging from small needs to larger needs. In order to receive your cleanroom investment calculation, scroll through the several design layouts and fill in the form below.

Layout 1 - SteriCube One

  • ISO 6 or ISO 7
  • Buy or rent
  • Rent min. 6 months
  • 3 SATS's in cleanroom

Layout 2 - SteriCube VELOX

  • ISO 6 or ISO 7
  • Buy or rent
  • Rent min. 12 months
  • 3 or 4 SATS's in each cleanroom

Layout 3 - SteriCube VELOX Plus

  • ISO 6 or ISO 7
  • Buy or rent
  • Rent min. 12 months
  • 3 or 4 SATS's in each cleanroom

Not sure about the cleanliness classification?

An ISO 6 and an ISO 8 cleanroom are not the same price per square meter. Why? First, the amount of air is different in an ISO 6 and in an ISO 8. Hence the HVAC system must be capable of conditioning more than double the air. A cleanroom isn’t simply walls and ceilings. The heart of the cleanroom is the air treatment system (HVAC). In addition to the HVAC system, the cleanroom classification will also influence the required amount of enclosed rooms. For example, you can enter an ISO 8 cleanroom directly from an uncontrolled environment. On the other hand, you will need at least one airlock before entering an ISO 6 environment.

Let this table with ISO 14644-1 cleanroom standards guide you:

In case of cGMP classification requirements, have a look at the table below.

Make your own cleanroom calculation