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Using an Adapted Strategy of Optimizing Cleanroom Production Sites

: Schließer, J.; Werner, D.

Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnik und Automatisierung -IPA-, Stuttgart:
CleanRooms Europe 1999. Conference proceedings
Frankfurt/M., 1999
CleanRooms Europe Conference <1999, Frankfurt/M.>
Fraunhofer IPA ()
Optimierungsmethode; optimization; Reinraum; Fertigung; Qualitätssicherung

Cleanliness quality is characterized by the fact that it is very cost-intensive in relation to other aspects of quality, and that it can be far-reaching and comprehensive, as the idea of cleanliness systems should be. The economical application of clean technology for net value added is developing successively - especially in inter-disciplinary exchange - from empiricism into natural and engineering sciences. Norms, guidelines and standards contain a wealth of experience and have, besides the individual idealism put into their creation, also consumed vast amounts of time and money. For this reason, it is wise to master, use and encourage existing ones, even if their direct application and envelopment sometimes leave much to be desired. Depending on the depth of production, if one looks (inevitably) beyond the limits of ones's own manufacturing processes, the supplier industry (be it in the form of wares, processes or sevices) is assuming a more and more important role in the progressive development of this field as far as competence, quality and performance are concerned. It is closely enmeshed with the concept of a "cleanliness system" adapted to suit the product and the corresponding fundamental knowledge; it makes possible a "systematic procedure for optimizing clean manufacturing" and enables the politically sensitive/critical points of optimization efforts to be focused on. All told, the most important and decisive aspects of costs and efforts can be concentrated on this way.