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Berkshire's "Did You Know?" series of blogposts offers contamination control facts, best practices, and analyses for cleanroom cleaning and critical processes.

What are the most common sources of Contamination in a Cleanroom?

  • People & Personnel
  • Objects
  • Fluids
  • Tools
  • Equipment
  • Processes
Sources of Clean Room Contamination

What are the most common types of Cleanroom Contamination?

  • Skin Particles
  • Fibers
  • Dust
  • Grease
  • Bacteria
  • Viruses
  • Metals
  • Fungi
  • NVRS (Non-volatile Residues)
  • Ions
  • Films
types of clean contamination

DID YOU KNOW?

Using cheap or substandard Cleanroom wipes & Cleaning Supplies is a common source of Cleanroom Contamination.

Purchase price is only one aspect of buying cleanroom consumable products. TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) is a more accurate model for determining the true value of your consumable products, after all, the hidden costs associated with contamination in a product or process are staggering.

What can you do to prevent Cleanroom Contamination?

  • Follow a validated cleaning protocol with written SOPs
  • Choose and use qualified cleanroom wipes and other cleanroom cleaning supplies.
  • Contact us Today! We offer Expert Advice & Free Evaluation Services.

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