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CO2 Mechanics Blog

Practical knowledge, tools, tips and techniques for developing and implementing innovative CO2-enabled clean manufacturing processes, products, and production lines.

    • SUBJECTS

      • Forward

      • Scope And Objectives

      • The Co2 Backstory

      • Co2 Processing Technology

      • Co2 Processing Units

      • Contamination Control

      • Manufacturing Waste Minimization

      • Environmental Health Worker Safety

      • Co2 Application Profiles

      • Clean Solution Innovation Process

    • CO2 DATA

      • Co2 Properties

      • Co2 Diagrams

      • Co2 Safety And Health Data

      • Co2 In The News

    • GLOSSARY

      • Technical Terms

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      • How To Use This Blog

      • Copyright Notice

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      • Product Videos

    • AUTHOR

      • Author Bio

      • Dedications

    Scope and Objectives

    Scope and Objectives

    Contamination is defined in many ways

    Contamination may be broadly defined as any material, substance, or energy which adversely affects the performance or function of a manufacturing process and/or manufactured product [adapted from “Contamination Control Engineering Design Guidelines for the Aerospace Community”, A.C. Tribble et al., Rockwell International Corporation, NASA Contractor Report 4740, May 1996]. By this broad definition contamination can be vapors, particles, films, residues, light, nuclear radiation, electromagnetic fields, electrostatic charge, and heat (or lack of heat), among many other examples. Furthermore, contamination can be organic, inorganic, ionic, biological, volatile, non-volatile, condensable, non-condensable, corrosive, or non-corrosive in nature.

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