Garments

Since human-generated contamination plays a large role in critical environments, special care must be taken to provide appropriate garments to minimize the human impact on the cleanroom. Other important factors include specialty fabrics to safeguard technicians, as well as proper laundering and care of reusable attire.

Compiled by Carrie Meadows

Coat aprons for splash protection

Ansell coat aprons offer medium- to heavy-duty splash protection specific to the food processing, laboratory, electronics, medical, pharmaceutical, and chemical processing industries. The series includes four versions that are made of the highest quality virgin vinyl in 6- and 8-mil thickness. Coat aprons are offered with dielectrically welded seams, which eliminate contaminant traps and permit cleaning to Fed. Std. 209E Class 100 standards. There are no exposed elastic or metal parts to create static or corrosion. Each garment has 40-mil PVC grommets permanently welded to the apron for greater strength and longer life.

Ansell
Red Bank, NJ
www.ansellpro.com

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