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‘Pharma needs high quality of installation’

The aim is to provide filtered, clean air to the area with low contamination particle count, says Emitech chief

| | Jul 19, 2017 | 12:45 pm
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The healthcare and pharmaceutical segment demands very high clean room standards and the highest quality of installation, said Rahul Duragkar, Managing Director, Emitech Technical Services, a company that provides detailed MEP design services construction and handover functions for the pharmaceutical sector, among others. “The aim is to provide filtered, clean air to the area with low contamination particle count,” he said. “The air entering a cleanroom from outside is filtered to exclude dust, and the air inside is constantly recirculated through High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) and Ultra Low Penetration Air (ULPA) filters to remove internally generated contaminants.”

Duragkar added that in such projects, it is important to adhere to and comply with the necessary standards. “Compliance has to be 100%, as no deviations are accepted from set guidelines,” he said. Duragkar added that most of the clients look for contractors who are experienced in the segment. He said that Emitech often gets involved in the project at a very early stage and works from the pre-sales stage. “This helps us to understand the project well,” he said, “and carry on the engineering during post sales process.”


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