Cleanroom Pass Throughs
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A cleanroom pass through provides a safe and effective means of transporting people and products into your cleanroom environment. The purpose of a cleanroom pass through is to help eliminate unnecessary traffic volume, reducing cross-contamination and ensuring that the positive pressure of the cleanroom remains at the appropriate level. A cleanroom pass through helps the cleanroom environment remain cleanly, keeping unwanted contaminants from entering the cleanroom. Use the cleanroom pass through company directory and click on a company below to learn more about their cleanroom pass through offerings. Contact the cleanroom pass through company that is the right fit for your business today.
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BioPharma Systems provides high quality technical and commercial support to North American clients and Global principal vendors across a variety of Pharmaceutical and Biotech arenas including: containment, aseptic processing, laminar flow/clean air technology, sterilization and filling systems.
We at Atmos-Tech Industries pride ourselves on our team approach to complete in-house design and production. Our team of experienced professionals works to provide the highest quality cleanroom products the industry has to offer by giving significant attention to the needs of the customer.
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