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  • Handling Procedures for Syringes of Frozen Underfill Encapsulants
    Recommendations: The follow is recommended for storage and handling of frozen underfill encapsulant syringes. These recommendations should be used as guidelines in handling frozen underfill syringes because each product is unique and the thawing time and process may vary. We recommend trial
  • Air-Handling With Care
    the development process. Before that time, a toxicity level may be assigned based on extrapolation from other materials. The process and facility must then be designed and operated to maintain the expected actual worker exposure below these TLV and STEL values. Table II identifies a typical exposure-control
  • Handling Highly Active Ingredients
    process, but we re close, says Heath. It s not for everybody, but it can certainly be justified for hazardous, highly active materials. It all comes down to the type of product handled, and the frequency with which the operation is done. Disposable enclosures are particularly useful for mixing
  • Medical Device Link . Recent Developments in Sterilization Technology
    microprocessor-controlled, automatic machines. Although the efficiency, reliability, and performance monitoring of modern equipment is continually improving, the fundamental process remains essentially the same. Sterilization processes cannot be considered in isolation; rather, they are inextricably related
  • MICRO: Critical Materials
    trace moisture in UHP ammonia is a matter of concern. Especially in blue and white LEDs, there is a strong correlation between device performance and moisture content in the process ammonia used during manufacturing. In addition, increasing chemical consumption is forcing many facilities to use bulk
  • MICRO:Wafer Handling & Automation by Sanjiv M. Bhatt, p.37 (May '99)
    on the development of new materials; little emphasis has been placed on modifying overall design. Second, a cost increase has accompanied each performance improvement based on material. With these factors in mind, an increase in fab productivity as a result of improved wafer-carrier performance must
  • Medical Device Link .
    in the market place. This article examines how device design, materials choice, package design, sealing/forming process, and package distribution and handling can affect the potential for package material failures, and the measures that can be taken to avoid them. When possible, a packaging
  • Medical Device Link .
    material that is subsequently rolled and welded or mechanically fixed to form a cylinder. A laser stent machine requires a linear displacement axis, a rotary displacement axis, the laser with cutting head and specialised fixtures for supporting the tube material during the cutting process. Most

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