Some of the most common cleanroom contamination include solid dust, liquid, bacteria, fungus, human skin cells and hair, trace moisture, spills and leaks, cosmetics, perfumes, lint, fibers, and more. The vast majority of cleanroom contamination comes from those that work within it.

Cleanroom Contamination that addresses a number of requirements:

  • Prevention of particle entry from air filtration systems or air gaps

  • Purging and filtering room air throughout the production process

  • Providing parallel stages and adjacent rooms of differing cleanliness 

  • Isolating clean spaces and air pressure within flow hoods for isolated procedures such as sterile compounding or hazardous chemicals