Providing specially selected garments and apparel at the entrance to any sterile environment should be the first consideration for a cleanroom. This not only preserves the integrity of the cleanroom but it also protects the employees. Using personal protective equipment (PPE) and cleanroom garments, employees should have everything they need to be completely covered from head to toe to be safe at work.
You’ve already classified your cleanroom and know the standards for which to look. But did you know that cleanroom supplies can be produced in a cleanroom facility or they can be produced in a manufacturing facility and later packaged in a cleanroom?
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Sticky floor mats are the first defense against cleanroom contamination. Placed where employees can’t help but walk across them, adhesive mats can gather much of the dirt and dust from the bottoms of shoes.
What are finger cots? Simply stated, finger cots are gloves that cover the tips of the fingers in situations where a full glove is not needed. Most often rolled for easy donning, finger cots or finger gloves are usually made of a nitrile or latex material. They can cover one or two knuckles. If you’ve ever wondered what you would ever use finger cots for, the pros at Total Source Manufacturing can tell you in 4 easy ways.