Tyvek® IsoClean® gowning procedure     

People remain the biggest contamination risk in a cleanroom. Human contamination consisting of microorganisms often remains invisible to the naked eye, but can damage the products/processes quality and cause long term damage. It is important that operators know how to properly gown the coverall in order to minimize the contamination risk and not transfer contamination into clean areas. Apart from fabric properties, donning and doffing procedures are one of the key elements when selecting garments and accessories for cleanrooms and controlled environments.

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Together with experts with years of experience in operating within cleanrooms and controlled environments, we have developed a gowning instruction video using Tyvek® IsoClean® clothing to demonstrate a GMP compliant procedure when entering Grade A/B manufacturing cleanrooms (ISO Class 5/6), in order to provide training for all existing and future prospects using Tyvek® IsoClean® products.


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This video shows a GMP compliant procedure for donning the DuPont Tyvek® IsoClean® garment and accessories.

The procedure is an example and provides guidance for establishing a good gowning procedure for entering EU-GMP Grade A/B Manufacturing Cleanrooms.

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