What is a Cleanroom?
A “Cleanroom” refers to a room that is air controlled to keep out particles and debris. Cleanrooms can be defined in classes ranging from 1 to 10,000; the lower the class number the “cleaner” the room is.
All Cleanrooms must have a positive air pressure inside the room so that air is always forced out and can never seep in. Air in the cleanroom is typically provided by a filtering system in the ceiling. The more times the air is changed per hour the cleaner the room is.
What Can You Use Cleanroom Labels for?
- Medical labels
- Semiconductors labels
- Cleanroom storage
- Biopharmaceutical industry labels
- Wafer box labeling
- FA Lab and cleanroom labeling
- Cleanroom packaging
- Packaging and manufacturing of products sensitive to dust
More About Cleanroom Labels:
- They are made from 100% synthetic, non-particulating materials (meaning they will not release particles when you peel them off)
- Double bagged to prevent contamination
- All labels are processed in a Class 1 (ISO 3) facility, sub-micron cleaned, nitrogen purged and double-bagged in MDPE certified packaging in a fully HEPA-filtered (class 100) room, and then double bagged to insure clean labels are delivered to the cleanroom
- You get to design your label sheet to meet your specific needs
How Can I Get My Cleanroom Labels?
Fill out our Cleanroom Label Customization Checklist so that we can give you exactly what you need.