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Millipore Testing – Evaluation by Particle Counting

When it comes to evaluating particle residues remaining on parts after manufacturing, the “go to” is often particle counting.  Particles remaining on parts after normal manufacturing operations are collected using a secondary, more aggressive washing method.  Collected particles are then tallied by size, number and, in some cases, type and probable origin as a measure …

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When it comes to evaluating particle residues remaining on parts after manufacturing, the “go to” is often particle counting.  Particles remaining on parts after normal manufacturing operations are collected using a secondary, more aggressive washing method.  Collected particles are then tallied by size, number and, in some cases, type and probable origin as a measure …

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