T-FIT insulation at the Cleanroom Technology Conference 2019

Zotefoams will be highlighting the various challenges affecting cleanroom operations at this year's Cleanroom Technology Conference with its leading product, T-FIT Clean

T-FIT is a unique, modular technical pipework insulation system purposely designed for highly controlled production environments. Visitors to the T-FIT booth will have the opportunity to discuss T-FIT Clean, the insulation of choice in pharmaceutical cleanrooms, and its various properties enabling the reduction of cleanroom energy and facility operating costs in comparison to traditional methods.

As cleanrooms become more energy demanding, traditional insulation systems continue to exhibit various challenges, including bulky construction, moisture ingress, and inefficient temperature containment, impacting energy saving measures within cleanrooms overall. Manufactured from Zotefoams’ ground-breaking ZOTEK F42HTLS, T-FIT Clean has been developed specifically for cleanroom environments due to its completely closed cell structure, that is fibre-, dust-, and particulate-free, inherently hydrophobic and highly resistant to bacteria and mould growth.

T-FIT Clean is proven to exceed to the industry regulations as it is the only foam product that meets all relevant global standards for cleanroom insulation, including FM4910 Cleanroom Materials Test Protocol and ASTM G21-15 Standard Practice for Determining Resistance of Synthetic Polymeric Materials to Fungi.

Zotefoams’ Technical Support Engineer, Eleanor Howland, will be joining the speaker panel at this year’s conference (22 May at 2 pm), discussing the benefits of modern insulation technology in today's cleanrooms.

Zotefoams Group CEO, David Stirling, comments, "As T-FIT Clean continues to grow as the leading insulation for pharmaceutical cleanrooms, we see the forthcoming Cleanroom Technology Conference as a great platform to restate the benefits of our innovative technology from a technical perspective, and demonstrate our commitment to this emerging market."

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