Dorner’s 2200 Series low profile belt conveyor platform has received the Ultraclean Products Approval Laboratory certification for use in ISO Standard 14664-1 Class 5, and Federal Standard 209 Class 100 rated cleanrooms*. This means that 2200 Series conveyors using Dorner’s urethane belts types will not contribute to the contamination of cleanrooms conforming to those standards.
Cleanrooms and other controlled environments provide for the management of airborne particulate contamination to appropriate levels for accomplishing contamination-sensitive activities. Industries that regularly use cleanrooms in their manufacturing processes include aerospace, pharmaceuticals, food and healthcare.
The 2200 Series is a modular conveyor platform that’s ideally suited to operate in cleanroom environments. Flexibility is often a requirement for cleanroom equipment; the 2200 Series’ low 1.87″ profile allows it to fit in extremely tight places, giving customers flexibility to adjust to changing cleanroom applications. And since the 2200 Series also comes in virtually any length between 2 and 30 feet, the conveyor becomes an integral component of any larger cleanroom processing or manufacturing system.
The 2200 Series is ideal for small part transfers, part accumulation, precision part movement, small part handling and positioning, automated and manual assembly applications. Features of the 2200 Series include:
- iDrive, flat belt end drive, cleated belt end drive and center drive models
- Widths between 2″ and 24″
- Lengths between 2″ and 30″
- Loads up to 120 pounds
- Optional gang or common drive
The Ultraclean Products Approval Laboratory certification is a leading national test center for contamination control engineering. Some of the testing and certification services include a variety of cleanroom equipment such as benches, cabinets, fume hoods, material handling systems, and vertical and horizontal flow cleanrooms.
For more information visit the 2200 Series page.
*To verify clean room requirements, an unloaded base conveyor was tested and did not generate particulate that would be beyond the specified standards. However, the verification does not provide assurance that any or all applications will meet this requirement. Application testing is recommended to ensure clean room standards are being met. Dorner takes no responsibility in the clean room performance of the final conveyor or application.