Working in a cleanroom isn’t easy. You have to always be conscious of your environment – and this becomes even more true when you think about what furniture to use in your cleanroom. While you could just use cheap pieces of plastic and leave it at that, you and your employees aren’t going to be very comfortable. If you’re not comfortable, you’re going to have a tougher time focusing. Unfortunately, this doesn’t mean you can fill your cleanroom with massive leather recliners, as great as that would be. Ultimately, choosing your cleanroom chair comes down to a battle of comfort and ergonomics – you may have to sacrifice one for the other. Here are some questions to ask in order to help you make a decision.