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  • A systematic approach to particle counting
    or install a permanent, online particle-counting system. All have advantages and disadvantages. eliminates factors that falsify automatic particle-counter readings, such as air or water. High-viscosity and extremely contaminated fluids can be diluted prior to testing. And should it be necessary, labs
  • Product Extra!
    liquid and vacuum particle counter products under one roof. The monitoring tools are made by Pacific's Hiac/Royco and High Yield Technology (HYT) businesses, respectively, and will be designed, manufactured, and marketed from HYT's headquarters in Sunnyvale, CA. In December 1995 Pacific purchased
  • Spotlight
    um. provides real-time data collection, analysis, and early warning tools to improve productivity and yields by helping locate and solve both contamination and environmental problems. offers the Rion KS-16 0.1- um liquid particle counter. The laser-based small-sized model can be installed in-line
  • MICRO: Editor's Page
    staff in 1987, I didn't know the difference between memory and logic, except that for myself, the first was tricky and the second elusive. I thought a particle counter was just a specialized form of accounting tool and was amazed that really thin wafers could be made out of silicone gel. I learned
  • Medical Device Link .
    of particles is presented to the surface of the test specimen. Airflow is generated through the test specimen, and laser particle counters enumerate the particles in both the challenge and filtrate aerosol streams. Particle enumeration in the challenge and filtrate streams can be performed sequentially
  • Using an automated cleanroom monitoring system to maximize contamination control Continuous multisensor data collection and real-time displays are among the capabilities of a microcomputer-based monitoring system installed in a Motorola wafer fab.
    and operators, such a cleanroom monitoring system (CMS) can be used to identify trends and provide early warnings of contamination problems, correlate contaminant excursions with other cleanroom parameters, and reduce failure-analysis time. Mounting stand (center) for particle counter located near lot rack
  • Evaluating sample preparation techniques for cleanroom wiper testing
    of Environmental Sciences in June 1992, IES Recommended Practice 004.2 details two methods for removing particles from a wiper for subsequent enumeration using a laser-based liquid particle counter (LPC) or optical microscopy. The first technique involves gently immersing the wiper in deionized (DI) water
  • MICRO: Archive: Back Issue TOC
    , integrated metrology tool, cleanroom-compatible filters, liquid optical particle counter, storage system/stocker, extractive gas monitor, ESD monitoring system, machine control system, mechanical vacuum pump, field emission SEMs, continuous gas-emission monitor Vendor releases new version of wafer-mapping
  • Ending the Paper Chase
    Processing in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing MET ONE HHPC-2 Handheld Particle Counter From Underperformance to Overachieving: Culture Change at Bayer Berkeley Aseptic Blow-Fill-Seal Technology

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