Recently, our cleanroom became contaminated with silicone. Contamination with silicone is a very serious problem in our industry. Please help us determine the source of the silicone contamination.
For those concerned with developing requirements for aseptic processing or semiconductor wafer fab environmental specifications, the choices are easy: there essentially are none!
Customized environmental solutions can resolve unique cleanroom requirements.
The rapid detection of point-source contamination locations within the cleanroom can have significant benefits for defect reduction efforts.
While much can be learned about an audience by observing market trends and reader response, answers to direct questions provide a better picture.
Wet chemical ultrasonic cleaning with solvents, modified alcohols, or aqueous media provides for a broad field of application in the field of electronics production.
Contamination happens long before the product enters the cleanroom; critical cleaning often happens long before the product enters the cleanroom.
The areas cleaned in a cleanroom must be sampled adequately and appropriately in order to validate the cleaning protocol.
An effective cleanroom garment program is a vital component of any successful cleanroom operation. Critical issues must be addressed such as inventory, billing, and selecting the right system.
If you are new to data logging, you might be asking yourself "Why should I buy a data logger instead of another way to collect data?"
With hundreds of choices and grades, selecting the most cost-effective wipe can be tricky. The most obvious criteria is the absorbency of the wipe. But, it is not well understood that absorbency varies by the contamination.
Most cleaning processes involve a fluid. The purpose of the fluid is to get the cleaning agent to the areas of surfaces that are contaminated and then carry the contamination or soil away from the surface.
Cleaning is not sterilization or disinfection. These activities or processes produce different outcomes.
The recently opened Nanoscale Material Science and Engineering Building at the University of Arkansas is envisioned as not only a center for the University’s faculty and students, but also as an outreach center for Arkansas industry, as well as a center for nanoscience educational programming for Arkansas’s school children.