Choosing the Most Suitable Particle Sample Point Locations in the Cleanroom (EL)

Abstract

Choosing the Most Suitable Non-Viable Sample Point LocationsChoosing the location of the monitoring points suitable for non-viable particle monitoring should be based upon a formal risk assessment using data from the certification and qualification testing. Other factors, such as equipment interference, mounting points, and operator impedance, contribute to selecting the final location for the sample probe. The best method for selecting these particle monitoring locations is described.

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