A clean room, which can also be called a white room, is a particular environment that is usually a manufacturing or scientific research environment. There is a need for very low levels of pollutants in an area such as this. Some pollutants that troublesome are dust particles, airborne microbes, aerosol particles and also chemical vapors. A clean room can be very large, or small in size, but, regardless of size, these areas must be kept as sterile as possible. A white room is classified by the amount of particles that are allowed per volume of air. These classes include Class 10, 100, and 1000. One product that is used to keep this work environment sanitary is clean room wipes. There is a variety of wipes to choose from for different types of jobs. The cleanest and most lint free wipe on the market is for Classes 1-10. These particular wipes are laser cut to ensure that the edges are sealed. They are made, laundered and packaged in a Class 10 clean room and inspected individually before being shipped. There is a guarantee of low particle emission and no residue is left behind. Made out of 100% virgin ultra polyester are the Class 100 wipes. Each of these wipes are cleaned, packaged and inspected before they are shipped off for use. They come in non-laundered form if it is not needed for them to be laundered. These wipes are lint free, and are very resistant to rough surfaces. They are also low in particle emissions and chemical extracts. To disinfect surfaces, there are pre-saturated wipes available on the market. These wipes are 70% isopropyl alcohol and 30% de-ionized water. A variety of alcohol wipes are available for each Class, and come in either a hard plastic tub, or a plastic bag.
May 24, 2012 by OnePot
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