Design cleanroom conditions
For zero-defects with suitably clean production, you must always consider the entire process chain. If one single process link is neglected, process steps lose their effect and the product its quality.
Already during the production of single parts, assemblies or machines a high degree of cleanliness, which is defined in different standards, must be observed, because contaminations, existing hidden in a machine, will sooner or later affect the quality of the product which is manufactured on this machine. This is why, in addition to suitably clean production, part cleaning and also assembly and machine cleaning is of great importance.
A cleanroom is not always required to ensure suitably clean production. These costs can be saved if you understand the main processes of the chain and consistently comply with defined processes to protect the product optimally. But not only production under clean conditions and cleaning parts or assemblies are of great importance.
Cleanliness must also be ensured for packaging and transport. Because often cleaned products are put in uncleaned packaging materials. Hence, for instance, when cleaning packaging materials, a high degree of cleanliness must also be observed. After the product has been packed suitably clean, the films should be sealed and not just folded to prevent contamination from the outside.
In a detailed report from practical experience, we explain how you can provide a clean environment in a machine. An intensive analysis of the relevant processes and interfaces is of great importance in this regard. Questions of cleaning, packaging, transport, environmental conditions, processing as well as the operating conditions at the end customer should be considered from the outset.