Pharmaceutical and industrial clean rooms require specialized techniques for gowning, vacuuming, mopping, and cleaning.
Our industrial cleaning crews are trained for Class 1 to Class 100,000 clean rooms.
Because the clean room is a controlled environment where products are manufactured.
It is important that concentration of airborne particles is controlled to specified limits.
Eliminating sub-micron airborne contamination is really a process of control, and our cleaning techniques can mitigate these particles.
The specific contaminants generated by people, process, facilities and equipment can be removed from surfaces so they don't need to be removed from the air.
We can adjust cleaning techniques to the level to which these particles need to be removed and the standards required.
The most frequently used standard is the Federal Standard 209E.
The 209E is a document that establishes standard classes of air cleanliness for airborne particulate levels in clean rooms and clean zones.
Strict rules and procedures are followed to prevent contamination of the product during cleaning.
Industrial air flow rates and direction, pressurization, temperature, humidity and specialized filtration can be tightly controlled during cleaning.
And the sources of these particles need to controlled or eliminated whenever possible during the surface cleaning.
Contact us if you have an electronics clean room, pharmaceutical clean room, bio-pharmaceutical clean room, medical device industry clean room or any other critical manufacturing
clean room environments.
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Total Quality has perfected programs to address the cleaning needs of Class 10 clean rooms to the most filthy warehouse restrooms. The principles are always the same - start with safety and train the janitorial staff to clean using the proper techniques, chemicals and equipment.
Our janitorial staff is tested and must pass the following areas before working in a clean room or industrial facility:
- Relevant 6S principles
- Gowning Cleaning
A janitorial staff can be a large contributor to your ISO certifications and six sigma continuous improvement plans. Our cleaning processes can contribute to your
ISO 9000 family of standards for quality management system. ISO 9000 is maintained by ISO, the International Organization for Standardization and is administered by accreditation and
certification bodies. The rules are updated, as the requirements motivate changes over time so our cleaning services may need to be modified over a period of time.
Some of the requirements in ISO 9001:2008 (which is one of the standards in the ISO 9000 family) include a set of procedures that cover all key processes in the business including cleaning.
You can monitoring cleaning processes to ensure they are effective, keeping adequate records of cleaning protocols.
You can checking cleaning processes for defects and with appropriate and corrective action where necessary regularly reviewing individual cleaning processes and the quality of the cleaning system itself for effectiveness
This helps facilitate continual improvement in our industrial cleaning process.
In addition to factory warehouse cleaning, assembly area cleaning and manufacturing space, we consider the totality of the industrial facility in our cleaning plan.
Restroom cleaning programs need to address cleanliness and odor control. Industrial offices need to be cleaned to avoid contamination. Factory break rooms need to be cleaned.
Exterior factory or warehouse areas need to be cleaned as well.