Cleanroom Technology & COVID-19

Cleanetics is a world leader in advancing cleanroom technology. With the pandemic, COVID-19, hitting the world the healthcare systems have been burdened immensely all around the world. It has affected the overall life of people. And things may not return to normal until a vaccine is found. Until then it is certain to make social distancing, hygiene, traceability, and extensive testing capacities a top priority. In industrial environments, cleanroom technology has helped in maintaining good hygiene. Cleanroom technicians have been focusing on fighting harmful microorganisms for many years.

Cleanetics' Cleanrooms are installed at various industries where contamination control is necessary, such as the pharmaceuticals, food industries, medical technology, hospitals, microtechnology, and the automotive industry. With the outbreak of coronavirus, many other industries also adopted cleanroom technology for their products. In addition, advancements in cleanroom manufacturing and upgrading of already existing applications were adopted.

Air flowing from above in laminar flow units work as a protective shell around personnel and materials. These units generate a low turbulence laminar flow of air that helps form a secure boundary around the employees due to the property of freely flowing air building up around surfaces. These units are installed at supermarket checkouts, pharmacies, or hotel recept desks.

These secure boundaries of air for personnel or materials prevent microorganisms from traveling from one place to another. Especially in hospitals, it helps ensure that no microbes travel from the isolation ward into normal hospital rooms, or from there into the isolation ward. Cleanetics Cleanroom technology helps in this regard by offering products as per particular requirements, air showers using airflows to remove adhering particles or wet showers for persons using disinfectant can be installed.

Additionally, cleaning of protective clothing and PPE by using disinfectants is important in industrial waste management and further affects the cost of processes involved. A concept of decontaminating protective coveralls and other protective equipment is developed and adopted. The technology includes fumigation with hydrogen peroxide and irradiation with UVC. This is equipped with a logistics system that ensures complete supply over an equipment or clothing to be disinfected with an upstream intake and downstream output zone.

The need for mobile laboratories and cleanrooms continues to grow with the rise of coronavirus cases around the world. Mobile hospitals and care units were built at various locations to cater to the needs of increasing critical care. Mobile, sterile, and contamination free cleanrooms were set up faster than hospitals to provide isolation areas for patients exposed to the virus. These recognized systems are suitable for use as hospital wards, operating rooms, outpatient clinics, pharmacies, and biotech labs.

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