Aseptic Gowning for the Cleanroom

Aseptic Gowning for the Cleanroom

One of the primary safeguards that life science companies use to help prevent contamination in cleanroom operations is Gowning.
Gowning is basically putting on clothing -- in this case layers of specially designed garments, covers, masks and gloves -- that isolates your body from the clean room environment.

Gowning is more involved than just slipping on a coverall and going to work. Gowning is itself a process, with carefully sequenced steps to ensure that your body is fully covered, and that the protective garb remains free of contamination.

In this video, we'll demonstrate the top-down approach for both general and aseptic gowning.

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