Laminar Air Flow

Laminar Air Flow

Laminar Air Flow Manufacturer, Supplier & Exporter

Manufacturing high integrity Laminar Air Flow in Mumbai-India

We Supply Laminar Air Flow at Effective Cost

Laminar Air Flow


Axenic system is based in Mumbai-India; we are established manufacturer, supplier and exporter in this clean room business. To make your products not affected or contaminated by environment is one of the three pillars we set our company on. Because of this, we developed turn-key solutions for industries like yours who require the most stringent specification in clean and sterile environments.

Experienced : professional Turnkey Complete Cleanrooms, Modular Cleanrooms, Modular Hard wall clean Rooms, Modular Softwall Clean Rooms, Modular Dry Clean room or Dry Cleanroom, LEED Cleanroom, Medical Device Cleanrooms, USP797 USP800 Cleanroom, Cleanroom Ceilings, Cleanroom Wall Systems, Cleanroom Equipment (Industrial Pre Filters, Mini Pleat HEPA Filters, Vertical Flow Clean Rooms, Biological Safety Cabinets, Laminar Air Flow) design, manufacturing, installation and certification since 2000. We had built more than 100 cleanrooms. Axenic System Quality construction: We manufacture all our components in house. Installation is done by our factory team. We will design, manufacture and install a custom cleanroom based on your application.

A laminar flow system is a basic concept in the control of unpurified contamination. Laminar airflow is defined as air moving at the same speed and in the same direction, with minimal cross-over of air streams. By contrast, turbulent flow creates swirls that deposit particles on surfaces randomly and unpredictably. This design ensures that the cleanest and most area germ-free area always is the upstream area closest to the filter face. Work is generally done in that clean zone, as far as possible from obstructions that create turbulence. But which direction should the laminar flow move: vertically (downward from a filter positioned above the work surface) or horizontally (forward from a filter positioned behind the work surface) There are compelling reasons to choose either airflow system, depending on clearance requirements, process location, work surface design, and operator safety.