ZETA offers HVAC and cleanroom design services

Always looking at the big picture

ZETA combines expertise in technical building equipment and cleanroom technology under one roof with the entire process technology. ZETA's service portfolio includes the planning of cleanrooms, the development of energy-efficient solutions for HVAC and utilities, energy-related process optimization, and the development and implementation of decarbonization strategies. The production process with its requirements is always in the focus.

ZETA combines expertise in technical building equipment and cleanroom technology.

Complex challenges call for bundled competencies

With ZETA, customers from the pharmaceutical and biotech industries have a central point of contact and benefit from reduced interfaces and fast project execution. The key to success: ZETA unites numerous disciplines under one roof that work together efficiently. These include process engineers, biotechnologists and automation experts, as well as civil engineers and experts for building technology and cleanroom technology, including ventilation technology, building control technology and monitoring.  Over the last few years, cleanroom technology has increasingly become an important cornerstone in the interdisciplinary planning process of life science projects. In addition, quality and safety standards are constantly increasing. With the bundling of competencies covering all these areas, ZETA is ideally equipped to meet the resulting challenges.

Precise knowledge of the individual production processes

Special indoor air quality criteria must be taken into account as early as in the planning and construction of building services equipment and systems. This requires precise knowledge of the individual production processes and their cleanroom concepts. National and international standards, laws and guidelines, such as the Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Guidelines with their consistent documentation, as well as operational standards must be applied correctly in every case. In order to be able to plan the production environment in a results-oriented manner and based on the requirements of the process, it is necessary to establish a connection of expertise between process technology, cleanroom technology and building technology and to efficiently manage interfaces between the disciplines involved.

HVAC and cleanroom design as part of the ZETA service portfolio

At ZETA, we strive to comprehensively meet the needs of customers in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. In addition to the complete planning and execution of the process plants, ZETA also undertakes the planning of the cleanrooms including heating, cooling and ventilation systems by offering services in the field of HVAC and cleanroom design.  This ensures perfect coordination between the process plant and the technical building equipment.

HVAC team works in close cooperation with project engineering

HVAC is a sub-discipline of mechanical engineering and can be described as a technology of indoor climate comfort and air quality that is based on the principles of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer. At ZETA, the HVAC team works in close cooperation with project management and engineering, as well as with automation, contributing to each phase of the project. To create a clear structure, the teams for all required disciplines are precisely specified.

HVAC and cleanroom design as part of the ZETA service portfolio.
The HVAC team provides support in different project phases.

The HVAC team provides support in different project phases

In the feasibility study, ideas are tested for their technical feasibility, economic issues and goals are evaluated, and risks and opportunities are analyzed. The HVAC team provides support for projects that involve not only a change in process equipment but also a change in building equipment, right through to the construction of a production facility as part of a greenfield project. The result of this assessment is a project plan for the next steps with a perspective up to the handover to production.

Concept design is where structure is brought to the ideas

Concept design is where structure is brought to the ideas. A flow chart for the production process is created and the space requirements, including personnel and material flow, are defined in layouts and 3D model studies. Now is also the time to define auxiliary systems, such as media supply and HVAC, and thus also the structure of the building. As part of the concept design, the HVAC team checks the available capacities of existing systems or ensures the integration of suitable HVAC systems into new plant concepts.

During the basic design phase, all the requirements for the utilities and cleanroom systems are defined. Here, good and, above all, early enough space management is important, since space in ceilings and shafts is usually very limited.

HVAC-Team coordinates the execution

The process engineers then continue with the detailed design before construction can begin. The HVAC team hands over the planned concept to a realization partner after the basic or detailed design and coordinates the execution in the further course of the project.

Contact Hans Eder - Business Development HVAC

ZETA combines expertise in technical building equipment and cleanroom technology under one roof with the entire process technology.

Contact: Hans Eder
Associate Director Business Line Sustainable Energy Solutions

ZETA offers services as a general planner

Pharmaceutical and biotech companies wishing to implement projects have the option of commissioning ZETA as general planner to take overall responsibility for quality, costs, time and EHS aspects. Focusing on the production process itself, ZETA's core business is the design, construction and automation of process plants and associated media supply equipment. With the team of experts in HVAC, EMS and BMS as one of the in-house planning disciplines, a critical interface is avoided and exact matching of cleanroom technology to the process is facilitated.

ZETA's competences in the field of technical building equipment

  • Cleanroom technology
  • Heating, air conditioning, ventilation systems
  • Supply systems
  • Building control and GMP monitoring systems
  • Building Information Modeling (BIM)
  • Energy optimization and decarbonization
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Contact Hans Eder - Business Development HVAC
Contact: Hans Eder
Associate Director Business Line Sustainable Energy Solutions

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