Cleanroom Window Kits

Cleanroom Window Kits are an effective simple product which provides wall panels a simple clean finish to both sides for dust free spaces.

The cleanroom window kit comprises of two single pane windows and an internal reveal.

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We are able to produce bespoke sizes to cater to clients needs.

From small windows on Coldroom doors to large viewing windows from one area to another.


Standard colour for Cleanroom Window Kits are RAL 9910 white epoxy powder coat, or Silver anodised aluminium. Standard BS and RAL numbers are available with a white internal plastic reveal.

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Standard 'blade' materials which is used is 4mm toughened glass. 6mm toughened glass is available and can be quoted as needed.

Other material that is available is Polycarbonate. This maybe required in a food environment or laboratory settings.

This is a diagram showing how our clean room window kit goes together. Consisting of three parts, two windows and an internal reveal. The revel can be a specified thickness to cope with thick or narrow walls/panels. The windows are held in places by a high strength foam bonder and no screws are used so it can be wiped clean.

Additional Options

Additions that can be applied to glass are different films.

Shatterproof film, can be applied for windows in a food environment to prevent glass spores from contaminating rooms upon possible brakeage.

Tinted films can be applied for privacy windows.

Coloured tints are available for welding booths and other environments.

In our cleanroom window kits we are able to add a shutter rotational blind. The blind is always down and is able to be rotated via a remote control for viewing or light changes. These have been installed commonly in university and college laboratories as well as production laboratories and meeting spaces.

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CAB Doors and Frames have a variety of variations and can be places in most settings.
We would be happy to discuss any different requirements you may have for your project.