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Requirements for cleanliness of electronic products


Insufficient specification of requirements for cleanliness is an essential reason why defects occur on electronics products. The problem has not lessened as components and circuits continue to decrease in size. Furthermore, many Nordic electronics companies export to countries with a different climate which can entail additional requirements for the products' cleanliness in order to avoid degeneration of the product due to, for instance, electro migration.

It is import for a manufacturer to be aware of essential factors such as: the environment of usage for the finished product (ships, offices, cars, wind-mills etc.), the expected life span of the product, the technology used (High Frequency, Power Supply etc.) and the consequences of defects.

The course highlights the problems essential to specification of the requirements for cleanliness of electronics products. Specifications IPC-M-108, IPC-A-610 and J-STD-001 are used as a foundation.


The following is focused on:

  • When is the product clean or contaminated?
  • How clean is necessary for the assembly?
  • How can we measure cleanliness?
  • When is a contamination acceptable or nonconforming?
  • Pass/fail limits
  • Analytical test methods
  • Accelerated life test
  • Where in the production process flow do you need to test?
  • Contaminated package materials
  • Residues/contamination after soldering processes
The course is designed for employees in the production, production technical department and department for development.


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Price per participant: DKK 3.900 including course materials, refreshments and lunch.

Please contact HYTEK for course dates
 
HYTEK®   ■   Sofievej 61   ■   DK-9000 Aalborg   ■   Telephone no.: +45 9811 7003   ■   hytek@hytekaalborg.dk   ■   SE: 17041584   ■   EAN: 5798000562028