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Customized cleanliness suitable cleanrooms and manufacturing equipment

 
: Gommel, Udo; Kreck, Guido; Holzapfel, Yvonne

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presentation urn:nbn:de:0011-n-2061679 (1007 KByte PDF)
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Created on: 26.6.2012

Abstract urn:nbn:de:0011-n-206167-17 (278 KByte PDF)
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Created on: 26.6.2012


Vereniging Contamination Control Nederland -VCCN-:
VCCN Annual Cleanroom Symposium & the 15th Exhibition Contamination Control 2012. CD-ROM : What determines the suitability of a material for / in a cleanroom?; 23rd May 2012, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Leusden/NL, 2012
24 Folien
Cleanroom Symposium <2012, Nijmegen>
Exhibition Contamination Control <15, 2012, Nijmegen>
English
Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IPA ()
cleanroom suitable materials (CSM); biologische Resistenz; chemische Resistenz; Partikelkontamination; Contamination; Reinraumtauglichkeit; Reinraumtechnik

Abstract
In product development, a number of requirements need to be taken into account when deciding on suitable materials for specific applications. Materials are selected on considering the material properties required. Among other things, the cleanliness suitability of materials can be assessed using the following characteristics:
1. particle emission (assessment of the quantity of particles generated by material combinations when subjected to tribological stress)
2. outgassing (quantitative characterization of the release of molecular substances, e.g. organics)
3. chemical resistance (assessment of resistance to chemicals)
4. biological resistance (determination of the extent to which materials function as a food source for microorganisms)
5. microbicidity (determination of the ability of materials to kill bacteria)
6. cleanability (consideration of extent to which particles and thin film contamination can be removed from material surfaces)
Within the scope of the industrial alliance "Cleanroom Suitable Materials (CSM)", procedures have been developed and standardized for the majority of these material characteristics. Test results are administrated in a database and some of these are available to the public.

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