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ASSEMBLY CLEANLINESS IN ACCORDANCE WITH VDA 19.2

PARTICLE MONITORING AND ASSEMBLY CLEANLINESS

In your production there is a source of contamination, but you do not know where it is?
Or you want to ensure thorough assembly cleanliness? There are unfortunately many possibilities for ambient contamination. The direct causes include sources in the production environment such as building services or internal logistics. Indirect sources include load carrier management, external logistics as well as the assembly technology or methodology applied.

PARTICLE TRAPS FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF AMBIENT CONTAMINATION

Whether internal transport routes, windows, open entrances or particle precipitation due to abrasion: with our particle traps we check your entire production line, highly sensitive cleanrooms and sterile rooms. We then examine the particle traps in our accredited laboratory and count and measure the particles. In this way we can acquire and analyse the various factors in the environment almost entirely.

Assembly cleanliness in accordance with VDA: technical cleanliness verification in assembly

Here we work in accordance with the standard "VDA 19.2 – Technical cleanliness in assembly". Particle monitoring is an excellent possible way of monitoring air particles in relation to assembly cleanliness and to analyse the environmental factors affecting the cleanliness of the component.

1. The particle traps are placed in positions relevant for particles to monitor air particle sedimentation.

2. We document the position placed, the date, the time and other relevant details.

3. The particle trap is activated and then closed again after the required time has elapsed.

4. The particles are now microscopically analysed in our accredited laboratory.
    You will find details in the particle analysis area.

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS IN ASSEMBLY,
IN A CLEANROOM AND STERILE ROOM

Factors that affect assembly cleanliness at a glance:

  • Environment
    • Flying particles
    • Production processes and methodology
    • Internal logistic processes
    • Heating and ventilation systems
    • Natural environmental factors
  • Assembly
    • Numerous assembly processes up to the end-product (screwing, joining, pressing, shaking)
    • Particle generation and transmission by assembly processes
  • Logistics
    • Internal and external logistic processes
    • Load carrier management
    • Picking and making available
    • Storage
  • Personnel
    • Possible source of contamination or also transferring agent
    • Human factors

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QUALITY ANALYSIS,
YOUR PARTNER FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE AND TECHNICAL CLEANLINESS VERIFICATION

You need detailed cleanliness analyses to comply with requirements? Then you are in the right place. We would be pleased to advise you about the numerous possibilities and combined analysis methods.
The goal: the best, most cost-effective and most efficient residual dirt analysis.
Call us, we look forward to hearing from you!

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