How to design a clean room food workshop?

Food safety has always been a major issue that all countries attaches great importance to. Ensuring safety has always been a problem for food companies. The presentation of clean room workshop in food factory effectively ensures the quality and safety of food. Food factory purification workshop company through the purification technology and equipment combined with targeted solutions, the real purification of the production workshop.

 

As we all know, the facade of the food workshop in the purification workshop is composed of many components, including wall columns, doors and windows, balconies, sunshades, balconies and other components directly connected with the internal use space as well as the components for maintaining the external wall. Facade planning should determine the size and share of these components, the color of materials and so on. After the change of the form, the comparison of the true and false appearance, and the change of the line direction, the building facade with intact form, consistent way and content can be planned.

 

The facade of the purification workshop shall be in good condition on the whole image and coordinate with the internal space, and there shall be no facade contrary to the internal function. Each side of the facade should be consistent with its internal function and its own way. There are special requirements for doors, windows, walls and structural space in the purification workshop of food factory. The colors of the facade need to be consistent and diverse. Large area color can be used as the main color, and other colors can be used locally to form contrast and highlight the key points. The use of color should be consistent with the nature of the building. When selecting colors, the company should consider the nature of the building to reflect the uniqueness of the building. The selection of colors should be combined with the climatic characteristics of different regions.

 

When designing the clean room walls, the thickness of the walls should be calculated according to the height of the floor and the size of the room. When the planned clean room wall thickness cannot meet the requirements, the material strength grade should be improved. Walls shall be provided with pilings, pilasters and ring beams to add stability to the wall. The commonly used wall materials, such as clay brick or reinforced concrete wall, have large thermal conductivity. In order to avoid indoor overheating caused by indoor heat dissipation in winter and high temperature in summer, it is necessary to add wall thermal resistance with insulation requirements, add wall thickness, and select data with small thermal conductivity as insulation structure.

The thickness of the wall is required to meet the requirements of the corresponding combustion function and fire resistance limit specified in the fire protection standard. Firewalls should be installed to prevent the fire from spreading. Waterproof and moisture-proof measures shall be adopted for the walls of workshops, toilets, laboratories and other watery rooms and basements. Waterproof materials and good construction methods should be selected to adhere to the indoor sanitary environment, improve the durability of the wall, and the wall should also have a certain sound insulation function. Common methods include strengthening wall gap filling and sealing, adding thickness, making full use of vertical greening to reduce noise, and selecting sandwich wall with air sandwich porous material. Reasonable selection of wall data should not only consider the appropriate strength and thermal conductivity, but also pay attention to water absorption and frost resistance.

 

A qualified food purification workshop needs a series of clean rooms, a series of purification work tables, air showers, a series of multi-functional air conditioners, etc. As long as the equipment is complete, the production work can be in place.