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Class 10 Cleanroom Inert Controlled 2 Glove Glovebox Atmospheres

While a Class 10 cleanroom is designed to maintain low levels of pollutants, sometimes more rigid atmospheric control is called for within a cleanroom space to best fulfill a process or application. When it’s beneficial to have a microenvironment free of oxygen or water vapor within the cleanroom, a glove box can be customized and integrated to create the desired inert atmosphere with an automated gas management system — all in a way that meets Class 10 standards.These modern gas management systems displace oxygen and moisture within a glove box or other hermetic enclosure using inert gas, such as argon or nitrogen, to create an ideal environment for various production and research processes that would adversely react with oxygen or moisture, commonly found in the air we breathe. Even better, the best gas management systems can reclaim and recycle the argon or nitrogen, for reuse within that enclosure.This contemporary “clean box” technology allows current cleanroom users to expand processes and fulfill new research applications within existing facility space. Wherever it would be helpful to have a hermetic enclosure with an environment of less than one part per million (ppm) oxygen and water vapor, a glove box with a gas management system can be installed — even when space seems too tight. All it requires is a little creativity and know-how.
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Class 100 Cleanroom Inert Controlled 2 Glove Glovebox Atmospheres

While a Class 100 cleanroom is designed to maintain low levels of pollutants, sometimes more rigid atmospheric control is called for within a cleanroom space to best fulfill a process or application. When it’s beneficial to have a microenvironment free of oxygen or water vapor within the cleanroom, a glove box can be customized and integrated to create the desired inert atmosphere with an automated gas management system — all in a way that meets Class 100 standards.These modern gas management systems displace oxygen and moisture within a glove box or other hermetic enclosure using inert gas, such as argon or nitrogen, to create an ideal environment for various production and research processes that would adversely react with oxygen or moisture, commonly found in the air we breathe. Even better, the best gas management systems can reclaim and recycle the argon or nitrogen, for reuse within that enclosure.This contemporary “clean box” technology allows current cleanroom users to expand processes and fulfill new research applications within existing facility space. Wherever it would be helpful to have a hermetic enclosure with an environment of less than one part per million (ppm) oxygen and water vapor, a glove box with a gas management system can be installed — even when space seems too tight. All it requires is a little creativity and know-how.