Why Mecart? You will get a state-of-the-art, fairly priced cleanroom that will meet or exceed all of your requirements and expectations.
MECART can cover every aspect of your project. MECART’s in-house team of engineers, architects, and technicians are with you from the very start to understand and determine your specific needs and requirements, up until commissioning and validation of your cleanroom.
MECART cleanrooms are designed to be fully independent from the main building. The roof’s structural capacity allows for direct installation of equipment and supports maintenance staff for a truly walkable ceiling. Mechanical and electrical utilities are built into the panels.
MECART cleanrooms are designed and installed to meet all applicable regulations: FDA, GMP, ISO and USP. With its integrated approach, proven design and track record, MECART is able to guarantee the compliance and performance of every cleanroom it delivers.
Our panels are easy to clean and long-lasting. All components are of the highest quality. Our modular cleanrooms are true assets that you can rent, sell, relocate, or easily modify if required. Their distinctive architectural design and high-tech look will motivate your employees and impress your customers and visitors.
Charles manages our cleanroom business in the US. After attending the United States Military Academy (West Point) and serving in the US Army, he held a variety of roles spanning semiconductor manufacturing, laboratory equipment and chemical sales and service, and logistics.CONTACT CHARLES
This 1700 square foot cleanroom was designed and built for a high precision sensor manufacturer. • Fast track project completed in less than 4 months, from design to commissioning. • Turnkey project also included the supply of a custom-built HVAC system. • Extra-large 20′ bay window that offers an impressive view of the operations inside the cleanroom. This customer requested a ‘’showroom’’ type cleanroom as well as a tightly specified ISO 6 cleanliness level.
Mecart undertook the entire design, manufacturing, installation, and commissioning of this compounding facility. Having worked with other cleanroom suppliers in the past, this client was looking for a step up. He requested a state of the art modular cleanroom from Mecart. The room’s compliance with NAPRA and USP standards was essential, but so was the aesthetics of the facility as it would be in full view of the patients. Notice the fully flush windows and Mecart’s proprietary flush air return grille design.
Partnering with a customer’s designated engineering firm, we completed the extension of an existing cleanroom and connected the new cleanroom with the existing one. • Fully flush windows for a flat wall finish • High ceiling: 10 feet tall with HEPA filters. • Multiple pre-cut custom openings in the walls for the installation of water pipes and other utilities. • Custom-engineered removable wall panel to allow a large filling machine to be brought into the cleanroom at a later date (after cleanroom installation is complete)
This cleanroom was built for a multinational pharmaceutical company for their packaging operations of non-sterile pharmaceuticals. Mecart’s involvement in this project was limited to manufacturing and installing the cleanroom wall partitions (design to print). The height, width and angle of the wall partitions are entirely custom made according to the client’s design. All the wall panels openings were pre-cut at our plant which minimized dust generation and reduced installation time on site.
Work being done within the cleanroom produces toxic vapors which have to be evacuated. In order to do so, we designed a custom HVAC system which would compensate the air extraction.
A Mecart team travelled to Mexico to install this cleanroom. Our client needed a controlled environment for a specialized piece of equipment which had to operate in an ISO 8 class cleanroom with positive pressure. The complexity of this project resides in the fact that the process inside the specialized equipment contaminates the air and thus must be evacuated from the building. As such, the room needs a constant supply of new conditioned air (20°C and 60% RH) to compensate for the evacuation of contaminated air and to maintain the positive pressure of the room.