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Volume 19.2
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Volume 19.2

Volume 19 Part 2, Technical cleanliness in assembly - Environment, Logistics, Personnel and Assembly Equipment - 1st edition 2010

Short description to VDA Volume 19 Part 2

 

As clients of the Fraunhofer IPA, members of the MontSa industrial alliance are given the jointly written version of a work paper concerned with cleanliness in assembly in the form of a consolidated final report.

The final report forms the basis of a guideline which is planned to be released by the VDA Quality Management Center (VDA-QMC) as VDA Volume 19.2 with the title “Technical cleanliness in assembly – Environment, Logistics, Personnel and Assembly equipment”.

The right to publish the guideline has been transferred to the VDA-QMC by mutual consent of the cooperation partners. No rights exist to claim commission from revenues obtained by the VDA-QMC from distribution of the guideline.

The final report of the MontSa industrial alliance is the property of the participating companies and may be consulted by the companies to clarify internal queries. It is forbidden to publish the final report for commercial purposes.

 

Contents

A

SCOPE OF APPLICATION AN VALIDITY

2

Scope of application

2.1

Particles

2.2

Application and implementation

3

Exclusions

B

DESIGNING A CLEAN ASSEMBLY FACILITY

2.1

Particle generation and mechanisms of transport

2.2

Grouping particle sources

2.3

Basic principles for controlling and minimizing damaging

 

particles

C

ENVIRONMENT

3.1

Measures an recommendations - constructional

3.2

Measures and recommendations – operative

4

Measuring environmental influences

D

LOGISTICS

2

Fundamentals

2.1

Packaging

2.2

Logistics processes

3.1

Constructionel measures

3.2

Operative measures

E

PERSONNEL

3

Qualification and clothing

3.1

Measures and recommendations - conceptual

3.2

Accompanying measures and considerations

F

ASSEMBLY EQUIPMENT

3.1

Measures and recommendations - constructional

G

DETERMINATION OF CLEANLINESS IMPACTS

2

Environmental and air cleanliness

2.1

Test techniques

2.2

Procedure

2.3

Documentation

3

Surface cleanliness

3.1

Test technique

3.2

Procedure

3.3

Documentation

4

Cleanliness of liquids

4.1

Test set-up

4.2

Procedure

5

Cleanliness of assembly processes

5.1

Test techniques

5.2

Procedure

5.3

Documentation

H

TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

1

Terms and definitions

2

Abbreviations and symbols

3

References

I

ANALYSIS OF POTENTIALS

2

Aim

3

Procedure

4

Question List

J

PLANNING EXAMPLE

2.1

System components

2.2

Construction of the system

2.3

Design and organization of a cleanliness zone

3

Assembly environment

4

Logistics concept

6

Assembly processes

6.1

Designing assembly processes

6.2

In-line cleaning

7

Operating utilities

8

Determining and assessing cleanliness influences

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