Cleaning, Maintenance, and Janitorial Needs

  • Alvin Lieberman

Abstract

The contamination control facility, including all items that may come into contact with products, requires regular maintenance and cleaning. The products produced in the cleanroom facility are typically sensitive to material that might be acceptable in other production areas but cannot be allowed in a cleanroom. The extent and frequency of both maintenance and cleaning depend on the cleanroom product or process, as well as its design level. Cleanroom maintenance includes regular cleaning of the room and of components, as well as mechanical component maintenance.

Keywords

Surfactant Toxicity Dust Perforation Shoe 

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References

  1. Whyte, W., & Davidson, N., 1987. Cleaning a Cleanroom. Microcontamination 5(11):49–54.Google Scholar

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© Van Nostrand Reinhold 1992

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  • Alvin Lieberman

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