SYSTEMATIC CLEANROOM TECHNOLOGY:

THAT IS PETEK

Would it be out of place for us to claim that we also contribute a share to the high standards of performance and products of our customers?

It is certainly true that cleanroom technology from PETEK delivers cleanliness to production processes and workplaces in a vast array of locations.
We here at PETEK have always based our cleanroom technology upon the specific requirements of our customers. Up to the present day,
one of the key strengths of PETEK has been our ability to adapt to meet the individual requirements of specific production processes and sectors. The cleanroom technology of PETEK is founded upon more than products: Instead, we provide a comprehensive system comprising personal advice, proven cleanroom
solutions backed by seamless service support. This enables us to continue developing, reaffirming our goals and aspirations on a daily basis.
PETEK. CLEAN SOLUTIONS. ALWAYS.

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Cleanroom Technology: What do we understand that to mean?

We define cleanroom technology as the sum total of all systems and components used in the planning, installation, operation, maintenance and further development of cleanrooms.
The basis for using cleanroom technology is the needs analysis process that highlights the individual working and production conditions of individual companies. This involves us asking questions such as:

Is cleanroom technology necessary for my production processes?

What level of cleanliness must my cleanroom technology deliver?

What is the most efficient way for me to equip my infrastructure with cleanroom technology?
On this basis, individual cleanroom technology concepts are developed. We here at PETEK are experienced specialists, as well as leaders in the field of made-to-measure cleanroom solutions for a vast array of different applications and sectors.

For whom is cleanroom technology necessary?

Cleanroom technology is needed for a very wide and diverse range of production, workplace or assembly processes which are subject to higher than usual requirements on cleanliness. This affects a large number of fields of application and sectors such as plastic injection moulding technology, electronics production, automotive, the food sector, packaging technology and others.
The level of cleanliness required can vary, at levels up to and including sectors such as pharmaceuticals, medical technology or semiconductor technology, where high purity cleanrooms are needed, required to meet the highest standards of cleanliness up to total sterility. The permitted levels of contamination here (i.e. airborne particles or pathogens in the room) are governed by a range of different specifications and standards.

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What does cleanroom technology comprise?

Professionally implemented cleanroom technology not only comprises the installation of a suitable cleanroom, a laminar flow module or a laminar flow box, a cleanroom tent etc. Instead, cleanroom technology should be viewed as a comprehensive system that also incorporates the components needed together with the upstream and downstream peripherals.
This begins with system planning, taking due account of travel routes, airflow paths as well as processes relating to personnel and materials. This also relates to design and planning of a system, the details of its installation and implementation of the cleanroom together with the necessary measurement processes to validate compliance with the required directives.
Upstream and downstream units such as the controlled area and grey room and/or security gates for personnel and materials are built into any comprehensive concept for cleanroom technology, as are the components required, e.g. sink units, disinfectants etc.

Clean Work
– Clear Processes.

The Petek system.

1. Consulting Together with our customers, we start out with an analysis of individual requirements and then we define appropriate solutions on a joint basis with yourselves.

2. Technical Planning The next step is the specific planning that is guided by the working and production conditions of our customers.

3. Design Our team of experienced designers implements the cleanroom concepts of our customers into specific infrastructure: made-to-measure and efficient.

4. Production The cleanroom and the components needed for it are for the most part produced by us in-house: Dependable quality, “Made in Germany”.

5. Assembly Each cleanroom solution together with all of its peripheral components is tested for functional integrity 
and is then assembled and installed professionally on the premises of our customer.

6. Start-up and Qualification In accordance with your specifications 
and taking due account of prevailing regulations, our 
cleanrooms are commissioned, tested & qualified on your premises.

7. Service/Maintenance After start-up
we are still your reliable partner for the maintenance of your systems, or for further developments.