Aerospace: Portable Cleanroom Control
When a prime aerospace and defense corporation began development of an airborne laser system, Air Innovations was there to help. The system, which mounts inside of a modified Boeing-747, is designed as a missile defense system to destroy tactical ballistic missiles. It uses two kilowatt-class Target Illuminator Lasers for target tracking. These lasers must remain precisely calibrated to ensure accuracy at all times and their calibration must be performed under highly controlled conditions. That’s where we came in.
Air Innovations designed a portable, self-contained HVAC system that sits outside the plane and is connected via flex duct to the avionics carrying the laser guided missiles. After each sortie, optics in the lasers are recalibrated under the cleanroom-level conditions that our unit creates. The system includes cooling, heating, humidification, HEPA filtration, high static blowers to push through not only the HEPA filters but extensive ducting, and all the necessary controls.
This is AI's largest unit built with wheels.