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Garment Recommendations for Cleanroom Clothing

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Points to consider when deciding on the most appropriate garments and quantities for your facility:

CRG Garment Recommendations

Garment Service Your Facility Room Grade Fabric Garment Cleaning Process Garment Style Change Rate
Sterile Cleanroom Garments Aseptic Filling and compounding (sterile)
Micro testing
Grade A in B

(Class 100 or ISO 5)
Ultraclean Polyester Process Class B and Sterile Coverall, hood, overshoes, mask and gloves Per entry
Sterile Protective Cleanroom Garments Aseptic filling and compounding of:
Hormones
Antibiotics
Antineoplastics
Grade A in B

(Class 100 or ISO 5)
Ultrashield Polyester Process Class B (PCG) and Sterile Coverall, hood, overshoes, mask and gloves Per entry
Process Only Cleanroom Garments Class III medical device and other industrial applications

Class I and II medical device and other industrial applications
Grade C

(Class 10,000 or ISO 7)

Grade D

(Class 100,000 or ISO 8)
Ultraclean Polyester


Ultraclean Polyester
Process Class B



Process Class D

Coverall, hood, overshoes, mask and gloves

Smock, cap and shoecovers
Daily / Weekly


Daily / Weekly
Bioclean Garments Tableting, creams, solutions and powders
Primary and secondary packaging
None specified (controlled environment) Breathable Polyester Process Low Bio Burdon (LBB) Coverall, shoecovers and headcover
or two piece suit, shoecovers and headcover
Daily
Statguard Dust Coats Static sensitive areas
Assembly
Test and repair
Packaging
N/A Polycotton with Electro Conductive Fibre (ECF) Launder Only Statcoat Weekly
General Uniforms Laboratories, workshops, warehouse, assembly N/A Polycotton or cotton Launder Only Coverall, Labcoat, Shirt and Pants Daily

References:

NB: Garment Cleaning Process refers to the surface cleanness level of the garment as specified in IEST-RP-CC003.4 Garment System Considerations for Cleanrooms and Other Controlled Environments

Room Grading referenced from PIC/S GMP Guide Pg 8 item 44

PCG - Process for Potentially Contaminated Garments

Unltrashield Polyseter - Available for wet environments