Nicos Group Inc provides high-standard solutions through the Nicomac modular cleanroom system which meet and exceed the most advanced industry demands. Particular attention is given to the design of cleanroom doors, one of the most critical items in the cleanroom design. Obviously, they are necessary for the movement of people and transfer of goods but, at the same time, they could be a source of potential contamination.
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The cleanroom system by Nicos Group is a truly modular product: not just because the wall partitions come in prefabricated panels, but also because of the possibility of integrating different component into the same system. One of these components is the ceiling: Nicos Group offers different ceiling types, and they all can be integrated with any of the wall panel types we offer.
If the wall system is most visible part of a cleanroom, and deserves careful consideration in selecting the right material and supplier the HVAC system is the “heart” of your project: a successful project cannot be defined as such if one of the two elements is misaligned with the project’s goals. This article is a brief overview of some common HVAC solutions for cleanrooms: our goal is to provide a few starting points to help a discussion on where and when one solution would be better than the others
ISO 5, for Aseptic processes, ISO7 for clean medical device assembly, ISO 8 suite for the production of PPE or solid dosage manufacturing, with certification, installation and air balancing included. Scratch free NICOMAC modular walls, doors, visuals, pharmaceutical-type ceilings with air conditioning system with HEPA filters or FFU's, and temperature control.
Elegant Glass Divider Glass Distancing Barriers. Easy to position: between tables in a Restaurant, in front of a Professional desk, social distancing in a trendy Retail Store
With the update of the new USP Chapters, compounding pharmacies have been confronted with a deceitful dilemma: where to find the space to build a USP compliant lab in the limited space available. 3 case studies, to show how Nicos Group can revamp a compounding area where only a very tight area is accessible.
Nicos has a large variety of wall materials: Painted metal, uPVC coated metal, stainless steel, glass. We feel that our signature HPL is the best solutions for most cleanroom projects, Here's why:
The new USP chapters describe practices and standards for pharmacy compounding. According to the type of drug that is compounded in your pharmacy, your lab will need to comply to USP 797 or USP 800.