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, a US Manufacturing Company that has been manufacturing and custom fabricating Critical Environment Handling products, Cleanroom Supplies, Stainless Steel Equipment & Custom Automation since 1999. Every EnviroPass® we manufacture can be easily configured to your exact material, size, or use specifications. G2 is a US manufacturer that employs US workers. We would like to thank our many clients for their continued support. G2
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CLOSE THE DOOR ON CONTAMINATION G2 Automated Technologies, LLC Pass-Through Consoles significantly cut down on contamination by providing a safer way to transfer equipment and industry related products from Room to Room. Made with a wide variety of materials, G2 will ensure you have the right equipment to ensure clean operation for your stringent particle requirements. Each model features a safety glass viewing window, unless otherwise specified in your custom application, and the 304
Polypropylene and PVC models are optional materials and each is designed for their own level of chemical resistance and particle control. Double Sided Doors can feature a mechanical interlocking mechanism that keeps personnel from simultaneously passing items through the chamber. When the unit only allows the opening of one door at a time, the amount of air that enters your enviroment is kept down to a very small volume.
WHAT EXACTLY IS CONTAMINATION? Contamination is a process or act that causes materials or surfaces to be soiled with contaminating substances. There are two broad categories of surface contaminants: film type and particulates. These contaminants can produce a “killer defect” in a miniature circuit. Film contaminants of only 10 nm (nanometers) can drastically reduce coating adhesion on a wafer or chip. It is widely accepted that particles of 0.5 microns or larger are the target. However, some industries are now targeting smaller particles.