Why do we wear special garments in cleanroom? Humans constantly giving off particles. We accumulate dust, pollen, mold etc. in our hair, on our clothes, on our skin, and on our shoes. Cleanroom garments encapsulate the particles to keep them from contaminating the cleanroom.
There are washable and disposable cleanroom garments.
ISO7/ISO8 cleanroom personnel commonly wear disposable cleanroom apparel constructed using a polyolefin fiber (Tyvek). They are typically worn once or only a few times then thrown away. They are cheaper but less comfortable than washable garment options.
ISO5/ISO6 cleanroom personnel typically wear washable cleanroom garments. After several uses (typically one week worth) they are sent to off-site cleanroom laundry services to be cleaned. These garments are made from 100% continuous filament polyester and continuous filament polyester/carbon combination yarns to minimize particle shedding from the yarn. The benefit of washable cleanroom garments are that they breath better and are more comfortable.
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