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Coving & Corner(Outer ARC)

Coving & Outer Corner in cleanrooms is a crucial architectural feature used to create a seamless and controlled environment within a controlled space. Cleanrooms are specially designed areas where airborne particles, contaminants, and microorganisms are meticulously controlled to ensure product quality, safety, and research integrity. Coving plays a vital role in achieving these objectives.

Coving in cleanrooms is typically made from materials like PVC, stainless steel, or other smooth and easily cleanable materials. Its design and installation are critical for maintaining the controlled environment and ensuring that the cleanroom functions effectively for its intended purpose.

Coving & Outer Corner is a curved or sloped transition between the walls and the floor of a cleanroom. It eliminates sharp corners and joints, which are difficult to clean and can trap particles and contaminants. The primary purposes of coving in cleanrooms include:

Enhanced Cleanliness

Coving prevents the accumulation of dust, dirt, and particles in corners and along wall/floor junctions, making it easier to maintain cleanliness and hygiene.

Facilitating Cleaning

The smooth, curved surface of coving is easy to clean and disinfect, reducing the risk of contamination and ensuring that the cleanroom meets stringent cleanliness standards.

Reducing Airflow Disruption

Coving promotes smooth airflow patterns within the cleanroom, minimizing turbulence and preventing air stagnation in corners.

Compliance with Regulations

Many cleanroom standards and regulations, such as ISO 14644, require the use of coving to maintain cleanliness and control particulate levels.

Aluminum Coving

Features :-

Aluminum coving refers to the use of aluminum materials in constructing coving, which is a curved or sloped transition between the walls and floor in cleanrooms and controlled environments. Aluminum coving is chosen for its durability, corrosion resistance, and ease of cleaning. It serves a critical role in cleanroom design by eliminating sharp corners and joints where contaminants can accumulate. This promotes cleanliness, facilitates efficient cleaning, and ensures smooth airflow patterns, all of which are essential for maintaining stringent cleanliness standards and controlling particle levels in controlled environments like cleanrooms. Aluminum coving is a popular choice due to its suitability for cleanroom applications and its ability to enhance overall hygiene and performance.

Specification :-
  • Radius :- R-50 & R-70
  • MOC :- Powder Coated Aluminum / Aluminum Anodized
  • Powder Coating Thickness:- 60-80 Micron
  • Water Absorption :- 0.01%
  • Contraction Percentage :- 0.4%
  • Back Coving :- Aluminum

PVC Coving

Features :-

PVC coving involves the use of Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) materials to create curved or sloped transitions between cleanroom wall-to-wall, wall-to-floor and wall-to-ceiling. PVC coving is valued for its cost-effectiveness, durability, and resistance to chemicals and moisture. It is commonly employed in cleanrooms and controlled environments to maintain cleanliness by eliminating hard-to-clean corners and joints. PVC coving supports easy cleaning and disinfection, helps prevent particle accumulation, and ensures smooth airflow patterns. This makes it a practical choice for maintaining hygiene and meeting cleanliness standards in environments where controlling particulate levels is critical, such as pharmaceutical facilities, laboratories, and clean manufacturing areas.

Specification :-
  • Radius :- R-65 to R-100
  • MOC :- Food grade PVC

Corner (Outer ARC)

Features :-

Corner (outer arc) coving is an essential feature in cleanroom design, specifically at the junction of walls where two walls are connecting in right angle but create a convex corner. It involves creating a curved or rounded transition that eliminates sharp corners and angles. This curved coving design helps maintain cleanliness and airflow control in cleanroom environments by preventing particle buildup and facilitating easy cleaning. It minimizes the risk of contaminants getting trapped in hard-to-reach corners, ensuring that cleanrooms meet stringent cleanliness and hygiene standards. This type of coving is crucial for pharmaceutical manufacturing, semiconductor production, biotechnology research, and any industry requiring a controlled environment with minimal contamination risk.

Specification :-
  • Radius :- R-65 to R-100
  • MOC :- Food grade PVC/ Aluminum Anodized
  • Panel Sizes :- Suitable for 50mm, 80mm & 100mm panel