Enclosure Differences in OI for Cleanroom vs. Hazardous Environments

We supply HMI with our machines in hazardous environments. We have an opportunity to design smaller machines for cleanroom environments that still have an explosive atmosphere risk. What are key enclosure or housing differences we should look for in OI for this environment? Can we standardize on one for both types of install?

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