Contaminants are invisible bacteria or organisms that are potentially harmful to their surroundings.
From pharmaceutical laboratories to automotive manufacturing, hospitals to food processing units, optical clinics, nutraceuticals to IT research centres and many more, there’s a growing problem in critical environments - contamination.
Contaminants are invisible bacteria or organisms that are potentially harmful to their surroundings. Contamination can be known by a variety of different terms depending on the industry, such as; particles, pathogens, allergens, micro- organisms, airborne molecular contaminants (AMC's) and bacteria.
Yet, contamination from foot, wheel and airborne microbial particles are something we often dismiss as “dust” or “dirt”. The dangers it poses can be devastating. .
: Dr Caroline Clibbon, Senior Microbiologist, GlaxoSmithKline, UK
CleanZone Technology in Use
Companies all over the world have used Dycem to protect their critical environments
Some of the sectors that are benefiting from Dycem:
Dycem has an added ingredient – Biomaster, which is incorporated into our contamination control flooring during manufacture.