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Clean Rooms Critical to Valve Cleaning and Packaging

Posted August 21, 2016 12:00 AM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

Valves intended for oxygen service must meet special standards. The same holds true for valves used in critical service applications involving ozone, chlorine, and hydrogen peroxide. Valve cleaning and packaging operations, therefore, require clean rooms equipped with tools and procedures that strictly limit contamination and airborne particles. Learn how two valve companies — Watson Valve Services and DeZurik — have built and/or upgraded state-of-the-art clean rooms to meet industry standards and better serve their customers.


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08/25/2016 2:54 PM

During my working career, I did design of clean room facilities for NARF (Naval Air Rework Facility) The items that required a clean room cleanliness were hydraulic components used in our Navy aircraft. A spec of dust could cause a critical system to malfunction, so absolute cleanliness was maintained. It was an interesting assignment that furthered my engineering knowledge. The only other facility that has near total cleanliness that I know of is the microchip industry.

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