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Clean Room System

The increasingly demanding requirements of production processes make it necessary to use suitable installations that guarantee final product quality. The experience acquired over these twenty years in the clean room field enable us to provide the best and widest variety of solutions, depending on customer and needs .

One element that sets apart is the constant technological innovation in this field. This is all driven by a team of expert professionals devoted to the optimization of the entire system (resources, spaces, equipment, energy costs) B.M.S. Inc.’s philosophy is "quality above everything else", which is why our installations comply with current international standards, providing the customer with a modern, easily managed, safe installation.

Clean Room Components

Layout design is fundamental to maintaining containment / sterility commitments. The laboratory interior has to be designed so that it is easily cleaned and sanitized, inorganic, impermeable to liquids and resistant to any chemical agents that might be employed.

The system architecture includes the following characteristics:

  • It is specific for clean rooms
  • It is based on a modular constructive, integrated, coordinated and selfsupporting system comprising walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, luminaries and sanitary fittings.
  • A wide range of solutions, products and materials.
  • Flexibility, allowing adaptation to requirements and needs. current international standards, providing the customer with a modern, easily managed, safe installation.

The requirements for processes involved in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals and similar regulated products are becoming increasingly demanding, which in turn requires the use of equipment able to guarantee the quality of final product.

B.M.S. Inc. systems are specially designed for the safe transfer of materials between classified areas or between a classified area and a non-classified area.

B.M.S. Inc systems can be configured to bio-decontaminate the materials being transferred; thereby reducing the burden on the exit atmosphere.

PHARMA See line of products which is designed to be compliant with all major quality standards provides good ergonomics, ease of use and the modular design enables various configurations to suit the requirements of each particular process.

Creating a seamlessly integrated control system requires interoperability among the components of that system, as well as other related systems that must exchange information.

Interoperability is the process by which products from different manufacturers, including those in different industries, exchange information without the use of gateways, protocol converters, or other ancillary devices.

Achieving interoperability requires a standardized means of communications between the different devices; it depends on a system level approach that includes a common communication protocol, communication transceivers, object models, programming and troubleshooting tools, and so on.

The benefits made possible by interoperability are many. Since one sensor or control device can be shared among many different systems, fewer sensors/controls are needed and the overall cost of the control system drops appreciably. For example, information on process temperature or speed can be shared with multiple subsystems spread throughout a plant, eliminating the need for multiple redundant sensors.

For a plant owner, interoperable products offer the advantage that devices can be selected from among different manufacturers; the owner is no longer tied to any one manufacturer's proprietary technology. Aside from the cost savings achieved by open competition, the plant owner is safe in the knowledge that replacement products will be available if any one manufacturer goes out of business or discontinues products. Service contracts can be openly bid since no proprietary devices will be used, thereby avoiding single source service contracts.

Interoperability also benefits equipment manufacturers because their products will be assessed based on their quality and functionality - not on their ability to meet a closed, proprietary specification. Interoperability levels the playing field and increases competition, insuring that the best devices for the job will win.