A Puf Partition with Passbox is a type of containment structure that is used to separate clean and dirty areas in a facility. The Puf Partition is made of Polyurethane Foam (PUF), which is a type of plastic that is known for its insulating properties and durability. The Puf Partition is used to create a barrier between different areas, such as a production area and a storage area, to prevent the spread of contaminants.

The Passbox is a small, sealed enclosure that is used to transfer materials between the clean and dirty areas without opening the Puf Partition. The Passbox has a small opening that is used to pass materials through, and it is equipped with UV lights to sterilize the materials as they pass through. The Passbox helps to maintain the integrity of the Puf Partition and prevent the spread of contaminants.

Puf Partitions with Passboxes are often used in pharmaceutical, biotech, and food processing facilities to maintain cleanliness and prevent contamination. They can also be used in hospitals, laboratories, and other environments where maintaining a clean and sterile environment is important.