A cleanroom is normally used in manufacturing or scientific research, additionally a cleanroom is a regulated environment that has a low level of pollutants. For example, dust, airborne microbes, aerosol particles, and chemical vapours.
Secondly, cleanrooms are used in the manufacturing and supplying of hardware such as integrated circuits (IC’s) and hard drives.
Being clean and without jeopardizing any form of cross contamination, therefore in order to get into any cleanroom gowning protocol must be followed.
Furthermore, before any staff member can gain access to the cleanroom, they must firstly enter the gowning room, often referred to as an ante room. This is a space outside of the cleanroom in which operators change in and out of street clothes, when entering and exiting the cleanroom.
In conclusion, cleanrooms are very important because they are becoming more important in medical devices in which the manufacturing process of plastic products are used and are becoming more prominent. Therefore, having a good quality cleanroom prevents impurities that can lead to the cause of defects in the product. As a result, if this happens it can cause problems in the medical devices.
Thus, therefore Strikebox Engineering takes great care in all the clean room furniture that is produced and manufactured here.
A cleanroom design or cleanroom classification is a controlled environment where pollutants like dust, airborne microbes, and aerosol particles are filtered out in order to provide the cleanest area possible. Therefore, Most cleanrooms are used for manufacturing products such as electronics, pharmaceutical products, and medical equipment.
However, Strikebox Engineering is pleased to offer a wide range of top quality, custom made cleanroom classifciation furniture and accessories to meet our customers unique fit-out requirements. These products are manufactured in our production facilities in the Midlands. Products include