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Like easy things? Pie? Then you may like cleanrooms. If you have the right partner

There seem to be several things that are easy. Eating pie, or cake. Sunday mornings. The Jacksons claimed the ABC is as simple as one, two, three – although first graders may not agree. Rocket science on the other hand is not. But what does this have to do with cleanrooms? Well, they’re easy too. If you have the right partner. With years of experience specialised in equipping them with hoisting equipment, Cleanroom Cranes is that partner you’re looking for. If you want to make it easy for yourself…

A thousand-and-one things to think about
If you’re in the middle of creating a cleanroom or ‘controlled environment’, or if you’re thinking about it, you will no doubt have realised one thing by now. They’re complex. Depending on your industry, there are a thousand and one things to think about. From choosing the right materials and cable trays to dedicated software. From selecting the type of crane and appropriate cables to decisions on hygiene measures. No two controlled work environments are the same. Not to mention that regulations differ for each sector and country. It’s complex.

But some of it really can be as easy as one, two , three…
As you start developing your concept, you’ll soon come across the decisions related to logistics and lifting and hoisting needs within your controlled environment. Getting material from A to B. At Cleanroom Cranes, we’re specialised in… well, cleanroom cranes.


We’ve been helping our clients make these decisions for years and we have narrowed the issues on which you need to focus down to three key areas:


  • Configuring your cranes
  • Material and surface treatment
  • Electrical components


1. Configuring your lifting and hoisting equipment
This is the basis. There are all sorts of mechanical and electric lifting and hoisting solutions. These generally involve ergonomic applications for materials that are too heavy or cumbersome to lift manually. At the same time, hygienic systems help to prevent contamination and (micro-)bacterial growth. High-quality cleanroom cranes cause minimal contamination, leave very few particles behind, can be used with extreme precision and are compliant with laws and regulations.

2. Material and surface treatment
The requirements of your work or process environment determine which material criteria and/or surface treatment is most suitable for your lifting or hoisting device. Proper selection at this stage allows you to guarantee hygiene and efficient cleaning. It also contributes to a longer service life for your lifting and hoisting equipment.

3. Electrical components
All lifting and hoisting material comes with electrical components. These involve risks in a controlled environment. How do you implement electrical components hygienically and safely into your working environment? Which factors should you consider and which (new) options are available?


Cleanroom Cranes. Helping you with the mathematics of it all
So. As you can see, the dieticians, Commodores and the Jackson Five were right. It’s easy. As long as you have the right partner. Give us a call, and we’ll be delighted to help you with our knowledge and experience to develop your cleanroom. Once you focus on these three areas, it doesn’t have to be rocket science.


For more detailed information, take a look at our Whitepaper Make the right choice for your cleanroom cranes: discover success factors in 3 areas of focus.