August 28, 2014


Welcome to the Cleanroom Forum

The Cleanroom Forum has changed for the better. We want to thank all of our current members which you will find your profile exists with all of your great interactions. You can quickly upload a photo to your profile to change your avatar from the auto-generated.

For existing members the only thing you need to do is reset your password.

The new Cleanroom Forum offers an even greater ability to interact and share best practices in the world of critical environments. You now have the ability to add photos and videos that can spark even greater conversions. You can now join and create groups that specialize in your area of cleanrooms.

Please, enjoy the Cleanroom Forum and we look forward to continuing to offer a forum where people can discuss important issues facing their critical environments.

Clean Room Posts

cleanroom gloves

Gloves as Personal Protective Equipment: Selection Guide

According to the Work Regulation Act 1992, every employer must provide suitable personal protective equipment (PPE) to his employees in order to ensure their safety from the possible health hazards at work, except in environments where such risks are fully controlled by other efficient means. PPE is an important requirement for safety concerns but not the prime one. This is often considered as the ‘last safety resort’ when other methods of safety do not work efficiently. So, PPE features … [Read More...]

cleanroom apparel

Disposable Apparel for Preventing Contamination

A super clean environment is the first requirement of every laboratory or operating room. If the personnel carrying out the operations are exposed to any dangerous particles in the process or the product and process in the operating room come in contact with any human contaminants, both can be harmful for each other. Disposable protective apparel is, therefore, mandatory to provide a barrier between these two. Seam Technique for Disposable Apparel Special kinds of seam techniques are used … [Read More...]

cleanroom tacky mats

Cleanroom Sticky Mats: 3 Important Adhesive Characteristics

Mats are an important requirement of cleanrooms and other critical environments that demand a high degree of contamination control. These mats have strong adhesive properties which collect dust particles from shoe soles and wheels of the carts passing over the mat. Multi-layered adhesive mats are used to peel off the contaminated layer and reveal a new clean layer to significantly reduce traffic-borne particles. A special kind of Acrylic adhesive is used on these mats which does not sustain any … [Read More...]