Brochures & Downloads

Discover a wealth of information about our cutting-edge cleanroom solutions and services at your fingertips. Our comprehensive collection of brochures and downloadable resources is designed to provide you with detailed insights into our offerings, technical specifications, and the unique benefits of partnering with Angstrom Technology.

Whether you’re exploring our latest innovations or seeking specific product details, our easy-to-access materials support your decision-making process and help you find the perfect solutions for your cleanroom needs.

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Angstrom Technology Brochures

We have a range of brochures, providing more detailed information about our products and services, download our brochures here:

Angstrom Technology Company Brochure

Find out more about us as a business, our valued team and the lifecycle services we offer.


Validation & Calibration Brochure

This brochure includes all information about our validation and calibration services.


Cleanroom Design & Build

Looking to start a new cleanroom design & build project? This brochure gives you all the information you need about working with Angstrom Technology throughout this process.


Cleanroomshop Brochure

Cleanroomshop has been a dedicated consumables provider for over 20 years. This brochure provides information on the products we offer, brands we work with and SLA information.


White Papers

Dry Room Design Guide for Lithium Battery Manufacturing

Humidity control is critical in battery dry rooms as various materials and processes used in battery production are susceptible to moisture damage.

What is a dry room? How can the low dewpoint be sustained? This white paper examines these questions and looks to provide the answers.


Digital Modelling
for Cleanrooms

No matter the size or complexity of a cleanroom, the functional design is a key component of a successful project.

In this white paper, our project team explain how using digital modelling in the design process can guarantee results.


Disposable v Launderable Garments

The thought of using a garment once and throwing it away, may seem like an expensive option for your cleanroom operations, but do you know the risks of using launderable garments within your critical processes?

Risk v waste, what’s more important? This white paper looks to answer this question.


BIM Technology in Cleanrooms

With increasing business demands and the ever-growing need for a less disruptive construction and more efficient design process, Angstrom Technology is consistently looking for new ways of working, to offer a more accurate and effective design process and a reduction in installation time for our modular cleanrooms.

The introduction of Building Information Modelling (BIM) is just another investment added to our design portfolio, offering customers a more efficient and accurate service.


Cleanrooms for Composite Manufacture

Today’s composite parts need to be predictable in performance and their engineering properties. Reducing variability in the layup process of Prepreg manufacture leads to a more reliable and consistent product, improving yield.

To create environmental control we first need to understand the main variables: airborne particulate, air temperature & humidity and people.


Cleanrooms for Injection Moulding

Moulders that are serious about reducing defects and improving manufacturing yields to boost profitability are considering the cleanliness of their production environment at a microscopic level.

This white paper looks to explore clean production environment considerations for injection moulding.


Controlling Contamination

Contamination within a cleanroom is caused by the non-intentional or accidental introduction of viable or non-viable particulates.

Whether organisations’ primary concern is controlling microorganisms for regulatory and safety requirements, or physical contamination for yield and quality control reasons, third-party validation testing is employed to provide certification of a cleanroom’s performance for regulatory purposes.


Decentralised Air Handling for Cleanrooms

The HVAC system is vital to deliver the level of compliance required in a controlled environment. It is no surprise that air handling will undoubtedly take up a significant portion of the budget within a cleanroom design and build project, not to mention ongoing running costs.

Here at Angstrom Technology, we typically favour a decentralised approach to air handling instead of a centralised system with an air handling unit (AHU), and in this white paper, we’ll explain why.


How Process Flow Impacts Cleanroom Design

Any process, however simple or complex, will be made up of a series of automated or manual activities and interventions, which can be presented by mapping. Through identifying primary processes and support activities, generic and specific handling, and so on, the process can be optimised.

For a new cleanroom facility, when process flow is considered during the design and layout stage, this optimisation can be extended to the facility itself – resulting in an efficient layout that meets the needs of process, product and people.


Offsite Cleanroom Construction

Once you have established the need for a cleanroom, it is vital to consider which cleanroom construction method best suits your project. Off-site and on-site are commonly adopted construction methods within the cleanroom industry.

In this white paper, we look at off-site v on-site cleanroom construction, and the innovations in cleanroom manufacturing,


Rotational Cleaning

A cleanroom needs to be kept clean to minimise the retention of particles inside the room, as stated in the ISO standard 14644-1. Rotational cleaning is the use of more than one disinfectant in rotation to control the bioburden in your cleanroom.

In this white paper, we look at what rotational cleaning is, and the benefits of adopting this process in your cleanroom environment.


The Importance of Filter Integrity Testing

Filter integrity testing challenges the integrity of a HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) or ULPA (Ultra Low Penetration Air) filter through the introduction of particulates.

In this white paper, we look at what filter integrity testing is in more detail, why have one and the requirements associated with them.


Versatile Modular Cleanrooms

Modular cleanroom constructions are typically built as freestanding, solid and robust structures suitable for use for injection moulding, extrusion and thermoforming environments. They are designed to be an alternative to static cleanrooms.

In this white paper, we look at the benefits of utilising modular cleanrooms.


Supporting Documents

EU GMP Cleanroom Design Checklist