A cleanroom environment demands specialized paper that does not introduce contamination, such as particulates or fillers. Simultaneously, this paper must be compatible with all traditional office equipment, including high-speed laser copiers and printers. It should also have the capability to be archived indefinitely.
Conventional office paper, typically made from cellulose (wood pulp and fibers), generates significant particulate contamination during use.
Cleanroom documentation, on the other hand, is crafted from low-particulate fillers and fibers coated with latex to ensure the cleanliness of your controlled environments.