Many of these attributes also apply to wall finishes, which also have an important function to fulfill by helping to contain the room environment. While they are more visible surfaces, they have to accommodate most of the penetrations into the clean room. The selection of finishes will be determined by the performance criteria required in terms of clean-room classification, robustness, and substrata construction, among others.
The requirements for cleaning, coved corners, integration with other finishes such as floor and ceiling surfaces, all have to be reviewed. The ability of the wall to accommodate clean details for penetrations and fixings must also be considered.
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