Discover 3 Great Cleanroom Options from Texwipe

by Michelle R. on December 19, 2014

Whether you’re targeting the tight spots or focusing on your entire cleanroom, Texwipe offers the perfect mop with three premium options engineered to address contamination control for any size application.

AlphaMop – This large, low-profile flat mop works on a range of surfaces including walls, ceilings and floors. Convenient and autoclavable, the AlphaMop uses a polyester pad to conform to surfaces for consistent contact.

BetaMop – A unique combination of strings and strips, the BetaMop head works best on floors. Autoclavable and designed with a quick-opening clamp for fast and easy head changes, this versatile mop is compatible with a range of wring bucket systems.

ClipperMop – With an innovative flat swivel head for hard-to-reach places, this mop works on walls and ceilings, as well as small areas like isolators, glove boxes, fume hoods and more. The ClipperMop features a patented head designed for use with cleanroom wipes rather than standard covers.

From floor to ceiling, Texwipe offers everything you need to maintain your critical environment. Discover the complete line of Texwipe products for the cleanroom – you’ll find them for less right here at All-Spec.

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NEW to All-Spec! Sovella Workbenches!

by Ariel M. on December 16, 2014

With an increasing number of clients who prefer customized workstations for their production environments and laboratories, All-Spec has introduced Sovella to its growing line of modular furnishing solutions.

Here are some of the awesome benefits you will get by ordering these workstations:

#1: Adjustable Heights

No two workers are built alike–some are tall, some average, and some short. The height of the workstations can be adjusted to satisfy the needs of each individual.

#2: Customizable Designs and Flexible Inventory

Your employees may have specific preferences for organization of work area, tools and materials. With Sovella workstations, you can choose the positioning of every accessory (e.g. standard shelves, computer shelves, bin rails, tool panels, etc.).

#3: Safe and Efficient Working Environment

Sovella designs its products with the end-user at the forefront of its concepts. Creating ergonomic, user-friendly workstations allows workers to operate efficiently, and ensures they return to Sovella when adding a new workstation to their facility.

#4: ESD-Safe Options

If you’re working in an electronics manufacturing environment with static-sensitive material, Sovella provides ESD-safe workstations and accessories to comply with your requirements.

Let’s Work Together

Your facility may have a unique layout with a range of requirements. All-Spec and Sovella together can accommodate for your specific needs and create the best possible workstation(s) solution so that you and your operators can get to work as fast and efficiently as possible.

Click here for more information on Sovella.

Have any questions? Ready to order?

Reach out to Sales@All-Spec.com today!

 

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New and in stock now at All-Spec, SCC1000 Series static shielding bags from 3M are manufactured of a polyester, metal and polyethylene laminate. With inherent anti-static properties to minimize static buildup and generation, 3M static shielding bags create a Faraday Cage to keep contents safe from potentially harmful electric charge.

An essential for responsible component handling and transport in your ESD-safe environment, 3M static shielding bags are available with either metal-in or metal-out embedded layer construction for maximum protection against external static fields. Select from a wide range of sizes to accommodate a variety of components and applications – in stock now at All-Spec for less.

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Fiber optic connectors are routinely maintained because of their instability in a fiber network. A reliable connection requires inspection and cleaning.

Here’s a brief overview of the inspection and cleaning products for fiber optic connectors.

Inspecting Fiber Optic Connectors

Using a fiber microscope you can easily detect the condition of a fiber optic connector.

On the ends of a connector even the smallest of particulates can cause a disturbance in the connectivity of the cable. Typical contaminates on a connector include oil, dirt, scratches, pits and chips.

Here’s what a contaminated fiber optic connector may look like:

Regardless of the size of the contaminants on the connector–whether one micron or ten–the area must be entirely clean for your network to work at its highest efficiency.

In between each round of cleaning use the microscope to see if the connector is free of particulates.

You can mate the connections when your connector looks like this:

Cleaning Fiber Optic Connectors

There are a few methods of cleaning a connector, and the type of product you use depends on how difficult it is to remove the contaminants.

For contaminants such as oil and dirt, dry wiping is recommended and economical lint-free wipes or fiber-optic swabs should be used.

If the contaminants aren’t completely removed, then your next step would be to wet the wipe with a fiber-optic cleansing solution, such as the Electro-Wash® PX from Chemtronics. Or, if your application requires a non-flammable solution, use the CZ-version instead.

If you’re looking for an all-in-one cleaning solution, we recommend this seven-piece fiber-optic cleaning kit.

For more information on these products and fiber optic cleaning, reach out to our product expert team at Sales@all-spec.com.

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When it comes to stencil rolls, what’s the difference? Sometimes it’s all in the details. Constructed of proprietary MicroCare® MicroWipe™ FP fabric, this unique line of stencil rolls is engineered for fine-pitch applications to eliminate the need for solvents – conserving money while improving both efficiency and yield. You’ll find these durable, absorbent and long-lasting rolls in stock now at All-Spec for less – so you can save money, print more and clean less.

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