Recommended Cleanroom Clothing Standard Non-Aseptic Cleanroom

We service many different industries by providing a full range of cleanroom supplies, and are often asked the question "what should we be wearing in our cleanroom?" The tables below are based on the latest information and are intended as a guide for your contamination control program. Modification may be required according to individual processes and other factors affecting cleanroom garment usage and frequency of change.

CLASS 1/ISO CLASS 3 CLASS 10/ISO CLASS 4 CLASS 100/ISO CLASS 5
  • Hood
  • Hair Cover
  • Coverall
  • Intersuit
  • Boots
  • Facial Cover
  • Gloves

Recommended Frequency of
Change - Per Entry

  • Hood
  • Hair Cover
  • Coverall
  • Intersuit
  • Boots
  • Facial Cover
  • Gloves

Recommended Frequency of
Change - Per Entry

  • Hood
  • Hair Cover
  • Coverall
  • Intersuit (optional)
  • Boots
  • Facial Cover
  • Gloves

Recommended Frequency of
Change - Daily

 

CLASS 1,000/ISO CLASS 6 CLASS 10,000/ISO CLASS 7 CLASS 100,000/ISO CLASS 8
  • Hood, Cap or Hair Cover
  • Coverall or Frock
  • Boots or Footwear
  • Facial Cover (optional)
  • Gloves

Recommended Frequency of
Change - 3 Times/Week

  • Cap or Hair Cover
  • Frock
  • Boots or Footwear
  • Facial Cover (optional)
  • Gloves (optional)

Recommended Frequency of
Change - 2 Times/Week

  • Cap or Hair Cover
  • Frock
  • Footwear
  • Facial Cover (optional)
  • Gloves (optional)

Recommended Frequency of
Change - 2 Times/Week

 

US Standard Metric ISO

(Fed-Std 209E) Class 1

M 1.5

Class 3

(Fed-Std 209E) Class 10

M 2.5

Class 4

(Fed-Std 209E) Class 100

M 3.5

Class 5

(Fed-Std 209E) Class 1,000

M 4.5

Class 6

(Fed-Std 209E) Class 10,000

M 5.5

Class 7

(Fed-Std 209E) Class 100,000

M 6.5

Class 8

 

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