The New Cleanroom: Post-Construction Decontamination

Post construction cleaning is a critical step in ensuring that new clean rooms are safe, hygienic, and ready for use. It is necessary to prevent harm to the products being manufactured and to the workers who use the facilities. You will also need to meet the required cleanliness standards set by regulatory bodies, this ensures that the clean room is hygienic and safe for workers as well as the contents of your facility. Therefore, it is important to take the post construction cleaning process seriously and ensure that it is carried out thoroughly. Sterile Science is your best source for post construction cleaning.

The steps we take to ensure success:

Cleaning & DisinfectionPreparing the clean room: Before starting the decontamination process, the clean room needs to be prepared. This includes removing any equipment or furnishings that could interfere with the decontamination process, covering or sealing any sensitive areas, and ensuring proper ventilation.

Initial cleaning: The first step is for our technicians to remove any debris, dust, or other contaminants from the clean room. This will be done using vacuuming, sweeping, and wiping down surfaces.

Disinfection: The next step is to disinfect all surfaces in the clean room. This will be done using specialized disinfectants and equipment that are approved for use in clean rooms. The disinfection process will cover all surfaces, including floors, walls, ceilings, and any equipment or furnishings left in the room.

Sterilization: After the disinfection process is complete, the next step is to sterilize the clean room. This is typically done by using our peracetic acid dry fogging system, depending on the specific requirements of the clean room.

Testing & CertificationAir quality testing: Once the sterilization process is complete, the clean room's air quality will be tested to ensure that it meets the required standards. This will be done using specialized equipment that measures the number of particles in the air.

Certification: After the clean room has passed the air quality test, it will be certified as meeting the required standards for use. The certification process involves verifying that all the required steps were completed, and that the clean room meets the necessary standards for use.

Overall, the post-construction decontamination process for a clean room requires a high level of expertise, specialized equipment, and strict adherence to established protocols. It's important to work with a qualified and experienced clean room decontamination service like Sterile Science to ensure that the process is done properly, and the clean room is safe for use.

Schedule a call with one of our decontamination experts to discuss your current situation and potential needs. Call 800-758-4450.

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