Cleanroom flooring is an important consideration when designing a cleanroom. It is designed to minimize particulate generation, facilitate cleaning, and maintain the integrity of the cleanroom environment. The most common flooring materials used in cleanrooms are vinyl, epoxy, and polyurethane.
The structure of cleanroom flooring typically consists of a subfloor, adhesive layer, and top layer of flooring material. The top layer of flooring material should be selected based on the cleanroom class and application, as well as durability and ease of cleaning. All flooring materials should be non-shedding, low-linting, and resistant to damage from cleaning solutions.
To maintain the cleanliness of cleanroom flooring, it is important to follow a regular cleaning and maintenance schedule. Depending on the level of activity and the type of contaminants present, the frequency of cleaning and maintenance may vary. All cleaning should be performed using specialized equipment and cleaning solutions, and any repairs or replacement of flooring should be performed by trained professionals.
Contact Person: Mrs. Zhao
Tel: 86 20 13378693703