Gigafactories are large-scale manufacturing facilities that produce batteries for electric vehicles. It is named gigafactory for both its enormous size and the gigawatt-hours of energy the batteries produce. A typical gigafactory has about 5 million square feet of operational space, equivalent to ±92 football fields.
We work closely with our clients to ensure that the gigafactory cleanroom design meets their specific requirements, whether it’s for a single room or an entire facility. We use state-of-the-art equipment and materials to ensure that our gigafactory cleanrooms meet the exact specifications for cleanliness, humidity, temperature, and air exchange, ensuring that your gigafactory controlled environment remains stable, consistent, and operating at full capacity.
The gigafactory market is currently experiencing rapid growth due to the increasing demand for electric vehicles, sustainable energy solutions, and advanced battery technologies worldwide. Controlled environments for gigafactories require extremely low humidity levels designed to ensure precise and safe manufacturing conditions for sensitive components like lithium-ion batteries. In gigafactories, manufacturers must maintain ultra-high levels of cleanliness to prevent contamination of the products being produced. To achieve this, gigafactory cleanrooms and dryrooms use specialized air filtration systems, impressive temperature and humidity controls, and stringent safety protocols. Gigafactories also play a role in promoting sustainable practices, with heightened focus on energy efficiency, waste management, and the optimization of natural resources.
Battery Production Cold Rooms, such as a vehicle test tunnel, are spaces where the temperature of the manufacturing process is controlled and simulates certain climatic conditions. These spaces allow for extremely finite measurements and are instrumental for developing innovations in electric vehicle safety, fuel efficiency, and aerodynamics. Cold rooms play a critical role in battery production, ensuring that the materials and finished products are manufactured and stored at the correct temperatures, which is essential for the quality and performance of the batteries.
Battery production dry rooms prevent moisture from interfering with the production of batteries, which can lead to defective batteries and reduced overall product quality. Moisture can also corrode the electrodes, resulting in lower battery performance and a shorter lifespan. Our battery production dry rooms are equipped with air conditioning and dehumidification systems to maintain the desired level of humidity. The environment is also designed to be contaminant free, as even small amounts of particulate can negatively impact battery production.