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Cleanliness Classification

Selecting the right products to use in your critical environment can be challenging. Valutek simplifies this complicated process by recommending the most appropriate materials based on your specific application.
      Three Product Lines

      Three Cleanliness Classification Levels


      Based upon your internal SOP, your controlled environment needs to meet or exceed your defined ISO or Federal Standard 209 cleanliness standard to ensure that your process is compliant.

      Valutek has simplified the process and developed three product families: NanoTek, MicroTek, and MacroTek.

      These product families are engineered to ensure your cleanroom processes operate in a consistent, stable state.


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      Microtek Operator


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      Why Valutek?


      Our Propositions


      All Valutek products are compliant with both US Federal STD 209E and the EU ISO 14661-1 / 14698 Cleanroom Standards and our products must meet/exceed the published specification limits.

      36-month Lot Analysis

      Valutek is one of the industry’s first and only to publish a 36-month lot trending analysis and test data for all critical gloves, wipers, and apparel per repeatable IEST test methods.

      Defined Upper & Lower Limits

      All Nanotek and Microtek products have defined upper and lower limits on particles and extractables published on their specific material specifications sheet.

      IEST Test Methods

      Valutek materials are tested using IEST test methods to ensure fair & comparable data analysis, regardless of cleanroom classification. Do not be confused or misled by proprietary, non-repeatable test data, or Typical Published Value (TPV) results.

      Certificate of Compliance

      Valutek provides a Certificate of Compliance (COC) report within 24 hours of receiving your request.

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