Handling Technical Cleanliness in Electronic Production

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[Dr. Helmut Schweigart, Michael Kövi]

Technical cleanliness: The risk of electronic assembly particle contamination and its impact on any upstream production process.

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[04/2019]

The challenges of technical cleanliness are propagated and driven by the automotive industry. In the past, drawings usually contained rather general information on component cleanliness, which were not systematically verified. Nowadays especially power components and camera systems as well as intelligent lighting systems are susceptible to particle contamination. Failures are scattering from thermal incidents to poor quality of light performance and others.

Author

Dr. Helmut Schweigart

Head of Reliability & Surfaces, ZESTRON EUROPE

Helmut Schweigart obtained his doctorate for research into the reliability of electronic sub-assemblies, and he has been employed at ZESTRON Europe since the early days of the company. At present, he is responsible for Technology Development. He is also a member of the Board of Management at GfKORR (Gesellschaft für Korrosionsschutz – a company specialising in corrosion inhibitors) as well as an active member of GUS (Gesellschaft für Umweltsimulation – an environmental simulation company) and of the IPC.

 


Michael Kövi

Senior Process Engineer, ZESTREON EUROPE

After finishing his studies on environmental sciences and process engineering at the University of Bayreuth, Germany, Michael Kövi started working as a process engineer at ZESTRON Europe in 2013. In the Application Technology department he advises and services customers from all over Europe with regards to the installation and control of cleaning processes in the context of electronics production. After his promotion to Senior Process Engineer in late 2018, he moreover is Zestrons expert for Technical cleanliness and is sharing his knowledge as a presenter in the Zestron Academy.

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