How do you effectively mop a cleanroom?

Mop steps in cleanroom facility

Using a single-bucket mop system in a cleanroom leads to reapplying dirty water, which is unacceptable. Multi-bucket cleanroom mop systems provide a better solution by offering a dedicated bucket for sanitation, clean rinse, and dirty rinse. One bucket provides a clean disinfectant, the second is a rinse disinfectant, and the last serves as a waste bucket. It is essential to start with the cleanest possible water, which can be distilled or deionized.

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to effectively mop a cleanroom using a multi-bucket cleanroom mopping system:

  1. Wet the mop from the clean solution bucket.
  2. Remove the excess solution into the waste bucket.
  3. Perform the mopping process.
  4. Remove the contaminated solution into the waste bucket.
  5. Dip the mop into the rinse bucket.
  6. Remove excess water into the waste bucket.
  7. Reapply the solution.
  8. Remove excess solution into the waste bucket.

By following these steps, you can ensure that you effectively mop a cleanroom with a multi-bucket cleanroom mopping system.

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