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clean room suit A typically one-piece suit worn by production workers, technicians and engineers in semiconductor, nanotechnology and in some medical device industries, which prevents the shedding of hair and skin as a means of reducing contamination of sensitive products.
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All staffs need to change their clothes to the first cleanroom suit
at Zone 1.
Keeping the operator's dirt and germs out of the sterile cleanroom environment and away from sensitive products and processes is the main objective of the sterile cleanroom suit
. The suit needs to protect the environment from viable particles such as bacteria and yeasts, and non-viable particles such as hair, dead skin cells, and dandruff.