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Forbo offers a range of products to meet the needs of a variety of industrial environments. From ISO standard cleanrooms and static control flooring demanded in the electronics and pharmaceutical industries, to specialist flooring in general areas within an industrial site. Click in the segments to find our recommendations..
Pharmaceutical Cleanroom flooring
In ISO standard cleanroom environments in the pharmaceutical, life sciences and manufacturing industries, airborne particles can be a major source of contamination. Not only can they cause yield loss, the particles can also lead to corrosion and product degradation. ISO standards and cGMP regulations for air purity require compliance by presenting consistent results that can be verified on a regular basis. Because of these requirements, we recommend our Colorex range. Suitable products are Colorex SD, Colorex EC and Colorex EC plus.
Floors for the electronic industry
Reducing the generation of electrostatic charges is the main purpose of control measures in ESD protected areas (EPA). In such areas as electronics assembly, mechatronics and data centres, the right floor covering plays a crucial role. It not only drains electrostatic charges from personnel and equipment, but it also reduces the generation of charges where they occur, at the interface between the shoe soles and the floor.
For this segment, we recommend our Colorex range of static control flooring. There are conductive and static dissapative options along with a collection that is ideal where downtime or sub floor repairs are an issue.
Ideal for cleanrooms, Colorex satisfies the strictest requirements for particle release behaviour, helping to reduce any threat of contamination. What’s more, following a comprehensive programme of testing, its suitability in ISO standard cleanroom applications has been certified by the renowned Fraunhofer IPA Institute in Germany