Cleanroom Wipes

The TIDDOX® Cleanroom wipes are manufactured from high quality double knitted continuous polyester fabric, extremely low in particle and fibre generation, making them suitable for use in controlled environments, particularly facilities with ISO Class 5 & 6 classification, such as pharmaceutical manufacturing and pharmaceutical compounding cleanroom facilities, containment laboratories, food processing, research and development, cosmetic process facilities, veterinary and medical hospitals, military and defense, as well as spray booths. These heavy weight wipes are laundered multiple times in clean filtered water systems and then double packed in a cleanroom to prevent contamination.


CLEANROOM WIPES are manufactured for use in critical ISO Class 5 & 6 environments where the level of environmental pollutants and contaminants, such as particles, temperature, humidity, microbes, lighting and sound, is controlled. These soft, non-abrasive, heavy weight LINT FREE CLEANROOM WIPES are suited to the absorption and general wiping requirements in controlled manufacturing cleanrooms, such as pharmaceutical compounding or pharmaceutical manufacturing, cosmetic manufacturing, certain medical manufacturing, as well as research and development.

TIDDOX takes great care to ensure that its CLEANROOM WIPES are ultra clean and lint free. This is achieved by ensuring that in production only the highest quality continuous polyester fibre is used, woven in a double-knitted no-run interlock pattern, with the wipes edges laser cut and sealed to reduce the chance of any lint or loose fibre generation. Furthermore, to reduce contamination and keep residue and ionic levels low, each wipe is laundered 4 times in de-ionised filtered water that has had any impurities and mineral ions removed, and then the wipes are vacuum packed and double bagged in an ISO Class 5 cleanroom.

It is important to recognise that there are different standards of cleanrooms, which specify the quantity of airborne particles allowable per cubic metre of the cleanroom. The standards begin at an ISO 8 cleanroom classification and then the restrictions regarding the allowable levels of contamination or particles per cubic meter increase through to ISO 1 clean rooms. Typically the manufacture of sterile products, such as in pharmaceutical operations, or scientific research, will require ISO 5 cleanroom classifications, whereas spray booths and engineering cleanrooms do not have such stringent requirements, however the electronics industry often requires ISO 4 cleanrooms.