PREVENTING PRODUCT CONTAMINATION IN THE ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY
The solution to contamination lies in extracting dust and production waste material directly at source. In this way, any risk of damaging the semi-finished products during the production process can be avoided.
The advantages of using an industrial vacuum cleaner on the workbench are:
- maximum quality of end products and semi-finished products
- minimised production interruptions
- increased productivity and efficiency
VACUUM CLEANERS FOR PCB MANUFACTURING
The electronics industry can have different needs when it comes to suction.
In general, when choosing the best industrial vacuum cleaner for the job, it is important to ensure it is fitted with high efficiency filters. These prevent extracted dust from being released back into the workplace. Contamination is thereby prevented, ensuring maximum manufacturing quality and maintaining a healthy working environment.
VACUUM CLEANERS FOR THE SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY
In the semiconductor industry, there are often toxic dusts present (such as silicon dust) which must in no way come into contact with the workers or remain airborne in the workplace. In this type of scenario, it is essential to choose a vacuum cleaner that does not release fine dust back into the air, and which has a safe bagging system to prevent direct contact.
INDUSTRIAL WORK BENCH VACUUM CLEANER FOR THE ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY
Delfin is proud to present their small but mighty vacuum cleaner for the electronics industry: the Microtec.
Thanks to its compact dimensions, it is ideal for the electronics and semiconductor industries, where it can be positioned directly on the workbenches to collect small quantities of fine dust.
VACUUM CLEANERS FOR CLEAN ROOMS
Clean room equipment must be 100% safe and comply with quality standards up to ISO4. During the semiconductor manufacturing process, which involves the use of materials such as carbon, dust dispersion must be avoided at all cost in order to:
- prevent product contamination
- guarantee the safety of those who work in the laboratory
- respect the extremely high sterility requirements for clean rooms.
The strict hygiene and security levels required by clean rooms can only be achieved through multiple levels of HEPA (H14) or ULPA (U15) filtration, both in suction and blowing. Equipment must be sterilised in an autoclave to guarantee maximum levels of hygiene.