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The best people at this job are actually forensic scientists, who tend to be more active in solving crimes than solving cleanroom problems. " Another thing the microscope will tell you is the state of cleanroom discipline. If you find a lot of human hair, there is no question that head coverings are not being properly used. If you find blue lint from personnel clothing, it is a sign that the bunny suits are not being worn properly. If you find metal shavings or lint from bunny suits, it is a clear indication that there is a problem, and you don't have to guess about the cause.
Another alternative laser technique has been pioneered in Japan. In this case, the scattered laser light is imaged by a vidicon to present a real time representation of the dust particles on the surface. With a unit of this type it is possible to observe the dust particles as they fall on the surface and to monitor the dust removal process. This system might well be adapted for evaluation of a variety of surfaces before and after cleaning. " This is a very big question indeed, for if we know what the contamination is, we can attempt to reduce its presence.
NA. NA. NA. NA. NA. 7 70 700 Performance Standards 29 100000 7'\}i ~ ~ .... /0000 R3 ~-U;I 0 m ::::> 0 1000 ~7 ~ a: 'T-.. \«7~ \;6 w 0... (J) 100 W ~ « \~ ~~ 1\ .... J a: ~ 1\ -0 ~ \2- 10 \ 7~ .... 1 10 PARTICLE SIZE (MICRONS) Figure 3-1 Class limits in particles per cubic foot of size equal to or greater than particle sizes shown (from Fed. Std. 209D). 1 micron. The number of samples to be taken is also defined in 209D and depends on the physical situation. If the flow is laminar or unidirectional (both of these mean nonturbulent; Chapter 4), the minimum number of sample locations is determined by the area of the entrance plane (in square feet) divided by 25 or divided by the square root of the class designation, whichever turns out to be the smallest number.
Cleanrooms: Facilities and Practices by M. Kozicki, S. Hoenig, P. Robinson (auth.)