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  • MICRO: Cleanroom Technologies - Welker (May 2000)
    environment. Cleanroom gloves are a critical part of such a control program. A review of the literature reveals that the need for comprehensive ESD control programs in high-technology manufacturing environments was recognized as early as 1983. A year later, a researcher pointed out the importance
  • MICRO:Cleanroom Technologies, by Roger Welker, p.61 (Sept '99)
    degrade through use in the cleanroom. In the first part of this series ( , May 1999), the use of contamination and electrostatic discharge (ESD) tests to qualify and certify cleanroom gloves was discussed. This installment deals with the contamination state and performance of cleanroom gloves while
  • MICRO:Cleanroom Technologies by Roger W. Welker, p.47 (May '99)
    The first installment in a three-part series focuses on which contamination and ESD tests are appropriate for the qualification of cleanroom gloves. Roger W. Welker, R.W. Welker Associates; and Peter G. Lehman, Cleanroom gloves are critical to high-technology manufacturing. A brief search
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    Static-Dissipative Compound Provides ESD Protection Property is not compromised by surface scratches A static-dissipative compound provides permanent ESD protection to surfaces and parts sensitive to static discharge, preventing buildup of dirt and dust particles on cleanroom instruments
  • MICRO: Tool/Fab Automation
    . tatic electricity can have a serious impact on semiconductor manufacturing. Because it is necessary to operate fabs in a cleanroom environment, the levels of static charge are extremely high. Many items used in cleanrooms hold charge efficiently because they are made of excellent insulating materials
  • MICRO: Expansions and Acquisitions
    Brooks Automation has opened a plant near Los Angeles for manufacturing the company's process tool automation and factory management software. Located in Sylmar, the plant houses the largest cleanroom in all of Brooks' plants. The room includes a Class 10,000 production area measuring 13,900 sq ft
  • MICRO:Archive:Back Issue TOC
    and MEMS Technologies, Semicon Southwest, and more DI/Veeco joins nano institute; PRI announces layoffs; ESD group awards grants; Revised deposition book out Improving the etch process as part of an overall plan to increase fab productivity Testing liquid-handling system components to ensure purity
  • MICRO:Archives of 1998 Issues
    MEMS contamination questions starting to yield some answers Firesafe plastics for fab environments scrutinized; Lucent, Emcore team to develop new thin films; CMP wastewater reclaim system debuts; Balazs Lab installs Atomika metrology tools; ESD standards published Applied buys Consilium in stock

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