Texwipe Cleanroom Stationary

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Texwipe Cleanroom Stationary

Texwipe Cleanroom Products for Pharmaceutical Industry

The Texwipe Cleanroom Stationery is available in various forms. The stationery consists of Mat, Swabs,etc. The stationery items are tested to ensure cleanroom standard with no contamination.

The papers are made of synthetic latex or copolymer. They have good heat resistance and strength, and can be used with high speed printers and photocopiers. The papers are available in various colors, white, blue, yellow, pink and green. The notebooks are spiral or hard-bound sewn. The notebook cover is chemical resistant. The clipboard is made of polypropylene and clip is made of plastic. The clipboard can be used with any type of cleanroom stationery. The note pads are used to add notes, reminders, and labels. They have an adhesive strip. The notes can be stuck directly on other stationery, equipments, and work surfaces. The binders have a polyethylene cover and a three plastic ring mechanism for binding. The binders are 100% metal free which makes them corrosion resistant. The binder cover is chemical resistant. You will find every stationery item that you need for cleanroom requirements in the Texwipe range of stationery products.

ITW Texwipe Stationery are available in a variety of configurations.
  • Cleanroom Paper - Latex-saturated and synthetic sheets in various sizes and colors, including 8½" x 11", A4, self adhering notepads and continuous form
  • Filing and Storage - Polypropylene clipboards and three-ring binders
  • Latex-saturated Cellulose Sheets - Cellulose paper saturated with synthetic latex substantially reduces particle generation associated with standard papers
  • Notebooks and Notepads - Spiral and sewn-bound notebooks and selfadhesive notepads
  • Synthetic Sheets - 100% synthetic substrate eliminates problems inherent in latex-based products, including cellulose particle contamination, ink smearing and lamination difficulties