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Paper Series: Guides to Particle Technology

The first in a three part series, this guide covers the basic details and concepts around monitoring and controlling particle contamination

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Advice for EU GMP 0.5 and 5.0 μm Particle Limits

There is a common industry misconception that 1 m3 particle monitoring should be performed. This is not stated anywhere. Unfortunately, the original 2003 EU GMP text was confusing and frequently misinterpreted.

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NanoVision Technology® Enables High Molecule Scatter

Semiconductor manufacturing utilizes ultra-pure chemistries which frequently have significant molecular scatter.

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Particle Transportation

Transportation of particles through tubing between the sample inlet and the optics of a particle counter has often been at the forefront of discussion regarding the truth of readings.

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Sampling High-Pressure Gases

This paper describes fundamental relationships between air or gas volume, pressure, and flow, and how these relationships affect particle counting.

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Monitoring Precision Parts Cleaning

Continued miniaturization of high technology products in a wide range of industries has resulted in the increased need for cleaner parts.

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Parts Cleanliness Testing

In the medical device industry it is becoming increasingly critical to ensure that parts are clean.

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Improving Paint Processes

Particle contamination during automotive painting process can cause imperfections in the painting/undercoating causing rework to be necessary.

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Selecting an Airborne Particle Counter

Do you know the right particle counter you need when it comes to monitoring environments, communications, monitoring purposes, desired flow rate and particle sizes?

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Syringe Liquid Particle Sampler

Syringe Liquid Particle Sampler

Uses a precision syringe and simple flow-path for delivering chemical samples from a sample vessel or chemical container, directly to the particle sensor

AirSentry® II Mobile Airborne Molecular Contamination Detection System

AirSentry® II Mobile Airborne Molecular Contamination Detection System

Designed to enhance fixed Airborne Molecular Contamination (AMC) monitoring programs, the AirSentry II Mobile AMC Detection System is the first truly mobile system for monitoring airborne molecular contamination in cleanrooms. Mobility plays an important part in a strategic airborne molecular contamination monitoring program, allowing contamination sources to be quickly located, quantified and eliminated.

AirSentry® II  Multi-point Airborne Molecular Contamination Monitoring System

AirSentry® II Multi-point Airborne Molecular Contamination Monitoring System

The most advanced airborne molecular contamination (AMC) monitor available, utilizing sensitive and responsive ion mobility spectrometry to detect and characterize airborne molecular contamination from multiple locations within a cleanroom. The system features a 16- or 30-point manifold sampling system and an on-board computer with secure software and communications.

AirSentry® II  Point-of-Use Ion Airborne Molecular Contamination Mobility Spectrometer

AirSentry® II Point-of-Use Ion Airborne Molecular Contamination Mobility Spectrometer

With parts-per-trillion (ppt) sensitivity, these point-of-use sensors provide fast response, increased detection selectivity and repeatable performance. Combining Air Sentry II sensors with a central software platform allows for easy data acquisition and analysis. The AirSentry II family of airborne molecular contamination sensors provide continuous actionable data, to enable efficient response to contamination sources and events.

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