Data Center Cleaning Services
Why data center cleaning is so important? For virtually all organizations, data is the lifeblood of their operations and survival, and data centers are the heartbeat keeping that blood flowing. Just as with our hearts, everyone needs a clean, healthy data center—and everyone wants to do everything they can to keep their data centers healthy and up and running.
Even small, not readily visible contaminants such as dust present a real threat to data centers. Dust builds up on sensitive electronic components, which can increase operating temperatures, reducing equipment performance, life, and energy efficiency. Or worse, contaminant build-up can contribute to arc flashing, which results in component failure at a minimum, and often data center shutdown due to smoke and fire.
If your data center is visibly dirty and dusty even slightly, chances are component contamination is already high. Sealco can help.
Sealco’s thorough, specialized cleaning process removes harmful contaminants from all airspaces, equipment, and horizontal and vertical surfaces—from ceiling plenums above dropped ceilings to subfloor plenums and everything in between, extending the lifespan of equipment and reducing the risk of equipment failure.
Our background-checked technicians undergo rigorous preparation in our purpose-built training facility, where they learn Sealco’s best practices for professionally cleaning data center environments. They know, for example, how cleaning methods differ between static dissipative tiles and high-pressure laminate tiles, and how to use the correct power sources for our cleaning equipment so that our work does not interfere with UPS protected and conditioned loads.
Sealco provides specialized cleaning and management services for cleanrooms of all types. From sensitive manufacturing operations such as semiconductor cleanrooms, to food production operations, medical facilities, and other specialty production areas that require cleanrooms. Since 1984, Sealco has built a strong reputation among Fortune 500 companies for personalized service, innovative cleaning solutions and its dedication to excellence. Whether you’re operating an injection molding,3D printing or food production cleanroom at ISO 8 or 9 levels, or an ISO 1 semiconductor room, medical or life science lab, Sealco is singularly focused on ensuring your cleanroom is free of contamination and particulates and stays that way.
Modern cleanrooms are designed and built to control particulate contamination – but only a portion of airborne particles are filtered by these systems. Personnel often introduce particles directly onto surfaces inside a cleanroom. If not removed, these particles will be transferred into the air over time, or worse, directly into the products. It is imperative that an effective cleaning program be implemented during the early stages of construction and maintained consistently throughout the life of the cleanroom.
Our cleanroom programs include:
Clean Room Protocol Management
Cleanroom Construction Support and Cleanings
On-Demand and Periodic Detail Cleaning
Cleanroom Supply Management
Sealco technicians are trained specifically for your critical environment. Cleanrooms have specialized materials, chemicals, machinery, and protocols unique to each facility. Our technicians are classroom educated with hands-on experience in our own simulated cleanroom training facility. Sealco’s proprietary training programs include: cleanroom protocols, cleaning processes and methods, workplace and general safety awareness, OSHA/HAZCOM compliance, and other specialized disciplines.
Top-to-bottom, cleaning every exposed surface and component, including the engine itself, panels, conduit, wiring, busbars, and switches. From the heavy covering of dust-covering that comes from with construction activity and time to that factory factory-new appearance.
PDUs & Switchgear
Inside and outside of Power Distribution Units (PDUs) and Switchgear cabinets, including cleaning internal components such as transformers, windings, cabling, busbars, and terminal blocks. Back to how it came from the factory.
Mechanical Rooms and Equipment
Sitework, exposure to the elements, materials cutting, drywall dust, vehicle, and foot traffic— these all combine to make construction sites heavily contaminated with dust, dirt, and debris. Removing these contaminants—especially for critical environments such as data centers, cleanrooms, and other critical process operations—requires multiple, thorough cleanings. At a very minimum, construction sites for these very specialized facilities must have: