AirCare Automation works with your business, facilities manager, and fan filter unit provider to ensure your critical environment is complete with the management and monitoring solutions you require.
In the meantime, we offer these cleanroom industry trends and resources to provide as much support as possible.
Based on our experience working with a wide variety of clients across multiple industries, the following FAQ serves as a cleanroom engineering resource.
If you’re still stuck, visit our customer support page for more information on installation, training, repairs, setup, as well as contact information for our headquarters and sales team.
Network Local Control with PLC
Yes, but you will not be able to read the RPM. You can install a relay or current sensor to provide a failure signal.
The best solution is to request units with motors, filters, and control cards that are accessible from the room-side. Avoid terms like benchtop or standard, which will require taking the entire unit out of the ceiling.
Yes. You should not buy a unit that does not have an agency listing. Always check company, local, municipal, state, and federal regulations. Refer to the independent agency testing laboratory codes:
In USA: UL, ETL, CUL
In Europe: CE
In Canada: CSA
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