Our friends at Simco-Ion sent us this brilliant guide to ESD cleanrooms design, principles, and other considerations. Download the PDF you’ll find case studies and technical information about how static charges influence particle retention and impact manufacturing outcomes in controlled environments. Below we’ve highlighted important ideas in relation to medical device cleanrooms and provide additional resources.
Electrical & Device Mfg.
ISO 13485 is designed for use throughout the life cycle of a medical device. It supports each stage of medical device development and operation from initial concept to production and disposal. The standard helps internal and external parties certify and validate processes which maintain the stability of quality management systems (QMS).
Dual Wire ESD Monitors and Wrist Straps – vs Single Wire – What’s the Difference? Reposted from Our Friends at SCS-Static-Control Solutions Dual wire ESD
Overall size and method of attachment is crucial to ideal fit and function. Off-the-shelf solutions don’t always fit specific requirements for outdated or rare hardware. Custom designed IC sockets accommodate rare device configurations, odd sizes, and alternate mounting configurations.
Why Is Static Dissipative PVC a Better Option than Acrylic?
Dry Box Desiccant Storage within the PCB Manufacturing Environment: Uses, History, Selection, and Performance
Manufacturing Uses of Desiccator Cabinets for Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) The discussion regarding ‘dry box’ or desiccant storage of MSD’s (Moisture Sensitive Devices) has increased