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assembly cleanliness and ionic testing

Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 14 08:21:13 EST 2009 | davef

We believe that it's perfectly resonable for you to define the cleanliness that you require. We recommend that you leave it at that and not define the process or materials that your supplier use in meeting that cleanliness level. Start with a dirty

assembly cleanliness and ionic testing

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 13 16:13:20 EST 2009 | jax

Many shops require levels for typical component packages on FR-4 or a like substrate to be 2, 9, 15, 1 and 10 mg/in2 for fluoride, chloride, bromide, nitrate, and sulfate respectively. These levels can change for Medical or Automotive.

assembly cleanliness and ionic testing

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 12 11:57:59 EST 2009 | jmiller

i have searched the forum for hours. read all the threads that deals with cleanliness and ionic testing. (http://www.smtnet.com/forums/Index.cfm?CFApp=1&Message_ID=40295) (http://www.smtnet.com/forums/Index.cfm?CFApp=1&Message_ID=22603) (http://www.

Manufacturing and test room cleanliness

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 02 11:24:13 EST 2007 | vze3nk2r

is there a level above 100,000 that does not require the use of booties for general assembly work?

Manufacturing and test room cleanliness

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 23 06:16:13 EST 2007 | Ayelet

Hi, I am lookinh for standards that define the cleanliness level of the assembly room and also for the test and packaging room. I understand that tehre are some defintions of tempertaure and humidity that shoudl be met. Are there any specs for part

Manufacturing and test room cleanliness

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 07 07:58:58 EST 2007 | ayelet

Thank you guys. So to summarize - no spec, just need to have decent cleaning... Are you familiar with dust events that caused burning of test stations ? Thanks Ayelet

Manufacturing and test room cleanliness

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 23 10:15:44 EST 2007 | slthomas

J-STD-001C just requires that the area not be so dirty as to contaminate your product, tools, workspace, etc. If you start counting particles, you're into cleanroom territory. Do a search on ISO 14644-1 for specifics. Actually Wikipedia does a ni

Manufacturing and test room cleanliness

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 12 18:30:22 EDT 2008 | genaro_silvera

Hello Steve: I work at Navico, a company that makes GPSs and Sonars among other products for recreational fishing. I want to know if our SMT, Thru-Hole and Final Assembly areas need to be in a cleanroom environment? I've worked in another companies

Manufacturing and test room cleanliness

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 05 10:12:32 EST 2007 | slthomas

The use of booties isn't required per se, just considered a standard step necessary to reach the 10,000 target. You also need to vacuum (central vac system, NOT exhausting into the room) daily, mop weekly, have a one piece floor, blah, blah, blah....

Stencil cleanliness and inspection

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 05 13:23:27 EDT 2001 | kerryn

We are a high-mix/low-volume operation and end up cleaning 40 - 50 stencils per day. Does anybody know of an automated inspection system or "scanner" that can check a stencil for cleanliness?

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