clean room test Articles

  • Is Ultraviolet Ultra Safe?

    With retailers under pressure to meet increasing health and safety standards, it’s no surprise that many of our food & products are coming into contact with Ultraviolet (UV) radiation which is gradually becoming common as a cost effective method of reducing or eliminating pathogens Ultraviolet wavelengths are classified into three general areas: UV-A, UV-B and UV-C. These can be used in ...


    By Alpha-Purify

  • How retractable enclosures can reduce costs in aerospace prototyping facilities

    The final stages of aerospace prototyping for commercial and defense products requires hundreds of hours devoted to structural testing and validation — all of which have to be accomplished with a sense of urgency if deadlines are to be met. During this high-pressure period, systems are assembled, tested, and adjusted to ensure functionality and abide by strict ...


    By Duroair Technologies Inc.

  • The benefits of non-vented clean room dust collector systems

    Today’s controlled manufacturing environments can benefit from non-vented clean room dust collector systems in a number of ways. In contrast to vented clean room dust collector setups, non-vented clean room dust collectors can be engineered for flexible, modular configurations that: Support lean manufacturing Reduce downtime Save on HVAC expenses To ...


    By Duroair Technologies Inc.

  • Filters for the Filter Manufacturer

    Filtration systems for manufacturing often require high-purity filters to remove contaminants from water, liquids or gases, as well as to optimize production and meet quality standards.  The right filters and housing greatly affect production outcomes, and can help reduce costs and protect equipment along the way. ...


    By Shelco Filters

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