Improve Manufacturing Yield and Reduce
AMC Risk

Fine particulate and Airborne Molecular Contamination (AMC) need to be carefully controlled for high-yield, low-reject semiconductor manufacturing. 

Sources of AMC include: 
  • chemical offgassing
  • exhaust fumes from other industries and processes
  • vehicle exhaust fumes
  • seasonal factors
Failures due to AMC are classified as:
  • Mechanical effects include obstruction of cooling airflow, interference of moving or optical parts, and deformation of surfaces.
  • Chemical effects include corrosion of electrical components, due to dust comprised of sulfur and chlorine bearing salts.
  • Electrical effects include impedance changes and electronic circuit conductor bridging.

Guidance From Cleanroom Industry Leaders

AAF Flanders engineers are active in standardization committees in the USA and Europe. We play an important role in establishing new standards and recommending practices for cleanroom applications. As an example, our engineers were key contributors in developing and writing Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology Recommended Practices. This professional competence is reflected in the design, manufacture, and testing of each cleanroom filtration solution we produce. The result is cleanroom filters engineered and assembled to give you the particulate removal you require, while delivering energy efficiencies and savings to your bottom line.

Need to Optimize Your Microelectronics Environment? Here is How We Can Help:

A thorough air filter audit of your HVAC Systems is the first step that AAF Flanders takes, in order to provide you professional guidance and analysis for cost savings and liability reduction. By conducting this audit, we strive to understand your current state and your complete air filtration needs, applications, and goals for total air quality. This customized air filtration survey costs you nothing and could give you significant benefits by helping you save money, reduce risk, and save time.

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