Cleanroom cabinets are typically constructed from materials that are easy to clean and do not react with chemical agents. Stainless steel is often the material of choice for cleanroom cabinets, as it is durable and easy to keep sterile.
Other materials that may be used include plastic, aluminum, and other non-reactive materials. The construction of cleanroom cabinets is typically designed to minimize the number of seams and joints, which can trap dust and other contaminants.
Cleanroom cabinets are also designed to meet various safety standards, such as those set by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
There are several types of cleanroom cabinets available, each designed to meet specific needs and requirements.
Wall-mounted cabinets are mounted on the walls of cleanrooms and are designed to save floor space. These cabinets are typically made from stainless steel or other non-reactive materials.
Floor-mounted cabinets are stand-alone units that can be placed anywhere in a cleanroom. They are often used for storage or as workstations.
Mobile cleanroom cabinets are designed to be moved from one location to another. They are often used for transport or storage of equipment and supplies.
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