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Fan Filter Control System

Cleanroom Fan Filter Control System

CleanPro® fan filter unit control systems are designed to control fan filter units from a remote console or panel. Linked individually or in groups, an operator can increase or reduce airflow to a selected area and utilize the set back feature during off-peak hours, resulting in lower operating costs. These state-of-the-art, reasonably priced fan filter control systems utilize standard 115V and 277V motor blower units without using high cost DC motors.

A typical Fan Filter Unit Control System consists of an address or groups of addresses with 4 or more fan filter units per address. Each address is controlled by a panel or wall mounted console. Each address includes the following components:

  • Group of 4 SAM 24 Fan Filter Units consisting of 1 Master Unit and 3 Slave Units
  • Choice of 115V or 277V AC impeller type motor blower assembly
  • Control console, panel or wall mounted with LED readout and user friendly control features
  • Wiring for each group of 4 SAM units
  • HEPA or ULPA Filters with 53mm media pack

Cleanroom Fan Filter Control System Cleanroom Fan Filter ACC7020 Control System Cleanroom Fan Filter ACC7052 Control System
Entry Level/Small Applications Medium/Large Applications Large Applications/Maximum Control
Number of Nodes:
4-12 units in 1 group
Number of Nodes:
Up to 200 units in 25 groups
Number of Nodes:
Up to 400 units in 50 groups
Control Levels: Units Control Levels: Facility, Groups & Units Control Levels: Facility, Groups & Units
Display: LED numeric display Display: LED manual display Display: Touch screen GUI
Setback:
Manual setback
Setback:
Define up to 7 setback schedules for energy savings during shut down periods.
Setback:
Unlimited setback periods
Units ID:
Filters assigned unique ID number for control
Units ID:
Unique ID number and group
Units ID:
Unique ID number, group and graphical representation of filters in ceiling
Monitoring:
On board alarm, limited outputs for monitors
Monitoring:
Central monitoring for analog sensors such as temp and RH
Monitoring:
Control monitoring of sensor analog with on board particle counter node display.
Control Options: Local Control Options: Local Control Options: Remote PC
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CleanPro® Control System Features:

Precise Airflow Control:

  • Fan filter units are controlled individually or in groups, typically 1-4 units per address.
  • Fan speeds are set and/or adjusted from a console located outside the cleanroom without breaching the integrity of the cleanroom. Adjustments are possible by Individual address, Cleanroom Zone or Globally.
  • The number of addresses is almost unlimited.
  • Room or equipment layouts with unique airflow requirements are easy to set and control.

Lower Installation Cost:

  • Installation is seamless and quick. Fewer breaker lines reduce material and electrical contractor costs.
  • Reductions in onsite power distribution wiring lower contractor labor cost
  • Installation cost is lower as a result of simplified balancing and adjusting capabilities along with reducing the time required at start-up.
  • Reduced certification costs

Lower Maintenance Cost:

  • Recalibration and balancing of rooms is simplified.
  • Small zone shutdown enables isolated upgrade or maintenance operations to take place without disrupting or affecting the integrity of the cleanroom.

Soft Start Capability:

  • Control Systems with adjustable soft start holds start-up to under 0.8 Amps per 277V fan filter unit results in major cost savings during installation, reducing electrical breaker requirements by as much as 50%.

SAMlink Options:

  • HEPA or ULPA filters with 70mm deep pleated design for increased operating efficiency
  • NCR or CRF style fan filter units
  • Factory wired junction boxes with integral distribution wiring substantially reduce onsite electrical work