Clean Room Expansion - Ewing, NJ

In a design/build effort with a Contractor, we designed a 1,000 square foot expansion to an existing clean room at an OLED research and design facility.  The existing air handling systems were not sufficient to accommodate the expansion and a new air-cooled chiller plant was designed that provided both process chilled water and cooling chilled water.  The air handling system we designed with a dessicant de-humidification wheel in order to ensure the relative humidity in the space was maintained below 45%.  A hydronic boiler was designed for reheat.  The process chilled water distribution was designed to cool the cyro-compressors used for the deposition within the clean room.

A number of new sinks were added with acid-resistant piping systems connected to an existing waste neutralization tank.  Deionized water system was modified to accommodate the expansion.  Nitrogen piping was modified to serve the new components. 

A tap off of the existing electric switchboard provided power to the space and backfed all of the existing electrical devices and equipment within the space.  This included a future provision for connection of a generator.


Project Facts:

Class 100,000 (ISO 8) clean room for Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) deposition.

Services Provided

  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Fire Protection