USP 797 & 800 Compliant Clean Room Doors and Windows

Phone: 402-454-2106

Weiland is a leading provider of USP 797 & 800 compliant doors and windows for your compounding pharmacy or hospital cleanroom renovation project. 

Ideal for many cleanroom applications, Weiland fiberglass and stainless steel doors feature seamless door exteriors, void-free door cores, and stainless steel hardware to deliver long-term performance with minimal areas for harborage that can create cross-contamination issues. Both doors can be provided with single flush vision panels that are flush with the door surface. 

Fixed stainless steel windows are mounted flush against the wall and features welded mitered corners that can be brushed smooth on the face. Glazing is flush with the frame or set against a sloped sill in less sensitive applications. Glazing is vacuum-applied at the factory for maximum seal, and can be installed in a void-free manner.

For special cold-storage applications, Weiland manufactures a lab-grade swinging cold storage molded FRP door. This cooler door features FiberShell™ technology. It’s panel is completely seamless. With CleanCor™ technology, this door features a void-free core that is ready for wipe-down applications. The frame for this door is also special. Being fabricated out of #4 brushed 16 Ga. fully welded stainless steel makes it one-of-a-kind. 

For help with your USP 797 & 800 compliant cleanroom project, call us today! We are here to help your project be a success.

Relevant Products:

FiberShell™ Logo for Weiland FRP Door Products
CleanCor™ Logo for Weiland Void-Free Products
WeldWrap™ Logo for Weiland Stainless Steel Fully Welded Products

Phone: 402-454-2106

Let’s Talk

Give us a call to discuss your projects or for a quote:
(402) 454-2106

Business Hours:
8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Central Time)


“Weiland is a door manufacturer with a lot of promise for the hygienic & food industry. They have a strong focus on R&D to continually improve their offerings, and those improvements could help industry clients in big ways.”

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