Contamination Control in Practice



Today many of us regularly use and benefit from products which use technologies that seemed impossible a few decades before. Most of these new high tech improvements were helped by a revolution in manufacturing miniaturization. However there is a challenge to overcome when making small precision parts and mechanisms, micro-contamination.

‘Contamination Control in Practice’ is a complete starter course for those who work in cleanrooms or similar unique environments where micro-contamination must be controlled. This product replaces ‘Introduction to Contamination Control’ in the Micron Training Catalogue. This video-based program is a consistent and engaging way to educate and assess personnel for reliable production….

Contamination control practices are crucial to the safety and reliability of many products. Working with products sensitive to micro-contamination under clean conditions is a very responsible task. Everybody involved needs to control contaminants that they cannot see and that makes understanding them absolutely essential.

This program is an introduction to the subject illustrating the reasons for, and the controls related to, super-clean production environments.

Video content includes:

  • Introduction
  • Contaminants
  • Clean air, cleanrooms & associated controlled environments
  • People in cleanrooms
  • Precision cleaning & disinfecting
  • Review
  • DVD Runtime: 25 Minutes

Program package includes:

  • Leader’s Guide
  • Assessment and Answer Key Program available for distribution on company website.
  • See License Type below for details.

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Additional information

License Type

Single Use (Play on 1 Computer or use DVD Player and Monitor) ($674), Network/Plant Wide (WMV Files for Use on Shared Drive) (+$200.00), eLearning Program Plus Articulate Source Files (+$300.00)


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