In the early 2000s, Univet introduced the first sterilizable goggles specifically developed for cleanrooms. Our ongoing innovative drive has ever since led our R&D department to create a full range of products with technologies capable of meeting specific cleanroom market requirements.
In our laboratory we develop and test new materials, innovative technologies and lens treatments that represent the essence of Univet products: a synonym of design, performance and maximum protection.
Since its establishment, Univet has specialized in eye protection. Constantly monitoring complex and poorly explored environments to capture special requirements. Thanks to this receptivity, the company was the first to create products focused on the real needs of cleanroom customers.
The ARLab laboratory developed innovative materials able to withstand the extreme conditions to which they are subject during multiple sterilization cycles. The reusability combined with high-performance materials ensures cost savings while diminishing environmental impact.
The product range satisfies and anticipates the market needs: goggles sterilizable with autoclave or beta or gamma rays, frames equipped with direct or indirect ventilation, lenses made of βγoxene® or polycarbonate with or without anti-fog treatment and appropriate solutions for those suffering from visual defects.
A cleanroom is an environment subject to contamination control, commonly used in the following fields:
> Medical device manufacturing
> Electronics industries
> Scientific research
A cleanroom must minimize contamination. This requires controlling the environment, workforce, products, and processes within these rooms. A specific risk assessment program defines which features personal protective equipment should have to ensure proper protection from potential contact with hazardous substances.
Univet has developed a variety of cutting-edge cleanroom goggles and eyewear for eye safety that meets the standards of this extremely demanding sector.