What are the different clean room classifications?
What is a clean room and why do I need one?
- In a pharmaceutical sense, clean rooms are those rooms that meet the code of GMP requirements as defined in the sterile code of GMP, i.e. Annex 1 of both the EU and PIC/S Guides to GMP and other standards and guidance as required by local health authorities. So why do I need a clean room?
What is the entrance to a cleanroom called?
- Access to a cleanroom is usually restricted to those wearing a cleanroom suit. In cleanrooms in which the standards of air contamination are less rigorous, the entrance to the cleanroom may not have an air shower. An anteroom (known as a "gray room") is used to put on clean-room clothing.
Where can I find the best cleanroom design solutions in Australia?
- Find out what Nature Care, Pharmatel Fresenius Kabi, Blackmores, Australian Defence Department, Sphere Healthcare, Select Foods, IVF Australia, Sydney University and many others already know. Cleanrooms Australia offer the best design solutions for cleanrooms, modular cleanrooms and passthrough hatches.
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