When talking about cleanroom wipers, the edge is the primary contaminant source. If your environment requires critically low levels of particle and fiber release, then this blog is for you!
Cleanroom wipers come in a variety of substrates, and each has different levels of contamination based on the edges. For example, a Polyester wiper with a knife cut edge will release fibers during the application. The “knife-cut edge” method consists of using a steel blade to cut the fabric… this method can leave a certain amount of threads in the wiper open and loose and can lead to particulate contamination in your cleanroom.
Training new employees can be challenging, especially if you are consistently bringing in new hires. If you do not have a strict system in place or a team just for training, relevant topics can quickly be pushed to the side, leaving your critical environment at risk of contamination. Lucky for you, Valutek developed a complete training to solve this problem; and better yet, it's completely free. Here are some answers to the most commonly asked questions:
Critical Academy is full of the best training that is current to today's IEST standards.
How long is it?
New operators can expect to finish Critical Academy in about a day. There are quizzes that they must pass to make sure they are learning the material.
What do I need?
Nothing. That's the best part about Critical Academy. We went ahead and built a kit to help make this successful for you. To get the kit, all you have to do is let us know how many you want and where to send them to.
What does it look like?
Great questions! This whole training is full of quick and simple videos. You can check out the screenshot below to get a better idea.
Why am I not enrolled?
Well...we were wondering that too?
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