Prevents Unwanted Contaminants: The key purpose of cleanroom systems is to prevent unwanted contaminants from infecting the pharmaceuticals that your team is working with. Contaminant prevention protects the integrity of what you’re creating, whether you’re still in the testing phase or you’ve moved on to certified production. Allows You to Meet Industry Standards: In order to have your pharmaceuticals properly endorsed by the FDA, your products have to first meet certain health and safety standards. This includes the use of effectively managed cleanroom systems to achieve your results. Enables the Reputation of Your Results: In conjunction with meeting industry standards, the use of a cleanroom system gives credibility to any research or development that you perform within a cleanroom system. It gives weight to what you discover and create, and to the results of any products associated with that work, because it sheds any doubt that contaminants influenced those results. Protects Your People: Proper cleanroom management and practices help protect your people. Whether they’re university students or long-term employees, the right safety measures associated with cleanroom management help ensure that not only your cultures are protected, but your team is too.