Clean Room ISO Certified Bags
Clean room bags are specialized packaging products designed for use in clean room environments, which are controlled environments with low levels of pollutants such as dust, airborne microbes, aerosol particles, and chemical vapors. These bags are manufactured to meet stringent cleanliness and safety standards to prevent contamination of sensitive materials, components, or equipment during storage, transport, or handling.
They are widely used in industries such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, electronics, aerospace, and semiconductor manufacturing, where maintaining a sterile or controlled environment is critical to the quality and safety of the products being produced or handled. Clean room bags play a crucial role in minimizing the risk of product contamination and ensuring the integrity of sensitive materials and components throughout the manufacturing and handling processes.
Atlantic Poly’s Clean Room Bags are available in a variety of materials:
Nylon and Anti-Static Nylon - Nylon is a durable and versatile material known for its strength and resistance to abrasion. Anti-static nylon is specifically designed to prevent the build-up of static electricity, which can be harmful to sensitive electronic components.
Polypropylene - Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer known for its excellent chemical resistance and high melting point. It is often used in clean room bags due to its low levels of particle generation and contamination.
Aclar - Aclar is a brand of fluoropolymer film known for its exceptional barrier properties, including resistance to moisture, gases, and chemicals. It is commonly used in clean room applications where maintaining the integrity of the contents is crucial.
Teflon - Teflon, also known as polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), is a synthetic fluoropolymer with excellent chemical resistance and non-stick properties. It is often used in clean room bags where resistance to chemicals and high temperatures is required.
Anti-Static - Anti-static materials are designed to prevent the build-up of static electricity, which can attract and hold particulates. Using anti-static materials helps to minimize the risk of damage to sensitive electronic components and equipment.
For class 100 (cleanliest film or bags that have no more than 100 particles in one cubic foot of air which is over .5 microns.) custom-made clean room bags, contact Atlantic Poly, Inc.