Companies whether they are involved in manufacturing, retailing, wholesaling, exporting or distributing of products are vulnerable to product contamination.
The impact of a product contamination and possible recall of a product can be far reaching and have a devastating effect on the company’s profitability, brand name and reputation in the market place. Years of investment of time and money to create a product and market share can be dramatically impacted almost overnight.
Contamination in chemistry, the term usually describes a single constituent, but in specialized fields the term can also mean chemical mixtures, even up to the level of cellular materials. All chemicals contain some level of impurity.
In food chemistry and medicinal chemistry, the term "contamination" is used to describe harmful intrusions, such as the presence of toxins or pathogens in food or pharmaceutical drugs.
Suggested Industrial Vacuums for Recovery of Contaminated Products
PrestiVac HEPAPlus* Vacuums are specifically designed to safely vacuum toxic dusts. Equipped with a Certified Absolute HEPAPlus*filter with an efficiency of 99.995% on 0.2 micron so there is no risk of exposure or contamination for the operator or the environment. These vacuums are tested for absolute filtration. Testing Method: IEST RP-CC034.3. H14. MIL-STD 282 / A.S.T.M. - D2986-91. MPPS method EN 1822.
PrestiVac cleanroom vacuums are specifically designed to be used in ISO 4 (Class 10) cleanroom/controlled environments for decontamination control. The stainless-steel construction is easy to clean and sterilize. The exhaust air is filtered through a ULPA filtration system with an efficiency of 99.9995% @ 0.12 microns, eliminating the risk of any contamination. Our cleanroom vacuums are grounded and ESD safe so there is no risk of any static build up. Our cleanroom vacuums are also equipped with an electromagnetic (EMI), radio frequency interference (RFI) filter to protect any electronic equipment in the cleanroom.
Which Industries are at Risk with Contaminated Products?
- Biological / Biotechnologies
- Education (Schools & Universities)
- Firing / Shooting Ranges
- Insulation & Vermiculate Removal
- Petroleum / Oil / Refineries
- Shipyards / Dockyards