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Decontamination and Containment are essential processes in the maintenance of an effective cleanroom environment, in order to guarantee safe, effective pharmaceutical products. Contamination control measures can be important to safeguard lab products against exposure to materials that may compromise product quality or safety, or to protect staff and the environment at more

Decontamination and Containment are essential processes in the maintenance of an effective cleanroom environment, in order to guarantee safe, effective pharmaceutical products. Contamination control measures can be important to safeguard lab products against exposure to materials that may compromise product quality or safety, or to protect staff and the environment at large from any hazardous substances handled in the laboratory. Discover suppliers offering a variety of containment and decontamination solutions, ranging from valves, transfer hatches, and pass-through chambers, to misting showers, hydrogen peroxide decontamination systems, and more.

Transfer hatches and pass through chambers enable contaminant-free transfer of samples, papers, and laboratory equipment between areas of high and low containment in laboratories and cleanroom environments. These isolation solutions may also be fitted with HPV sterilisation systems or other technologies to further reduce cross-contamination. Browse these trusted suppliers of a wide range of transfer and pass-through solutions, including stainless steel hatches, electromagnetic and mechanically interlocking doors and containment storage cabinets.

Material fumigation chambers, or tents, are placed around structures or buildings that are being fumigated. They are usually made from PVC and are sealed tightly to prevent any gases from the fumigation process leaking out into the surrounding area and potentially causing harm. Fumigation itself is a method of pest control that completely fills an area with gaseous pesticides to suffocate or poison the pests within. After a place has been fumigated it is left for a while for the poisons to take hold of the pests inside. The area is then ventilated to remove any poisoned gases, and when it is safe, the space is then available for use once more.

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