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Sanitization agents-- MILD ones, like dilute quats followed with 70%
isopropyl alcohol. Radiation darkens the lenses and makes plastic
brittle; heat or microwaves warp them; UV's pretty useless. Then they're
dried under a hood and packed in sterile pouches for use.
M.Carroll ([log in to unmask])

On Thu, 22 Jul 1999 22:22:57 -0400 Tony & Roz Cundell <[log in to unmask]>
writes:
>Goggles or safety glasses are worn to protect the operator and product
>in
>clean rooms.
>
>My question is how do companies sanitize their cleanroom goggles?
>
>1. Irradiation
>
>2. Treatment with sanitization agents.
>
>3. Storage in UV cabinets.
>
>4. Microwave sterilzation.
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>5. Other methods.
>
>Tony Cundell
>Wyeth-Ayerst Pharmaceuticals
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