Cleanliness Analysis Systems

Cleanliness Analysis Systems

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Technical Cleanliness in the Automotive Industry for Electromobility

This free on-demand webinar covers the increasing focus on technical cleanliness in the automotive industry for electromobility and the VDA 19.1 revision.
User analyzing particles and fibers on a filter for cleanliness analysis with the DM6 M LIBS 2-methods-in-1 solution.

Basics in Component Cleanliness Analysis

An overview on the basics of component cleanliness and analysis solutions that can be tailored to your specific needs is presented. For the automotive industry, obtaining results rapidly, accurately,…

3 Factors Determine the Damage Potential of Particles

This article discusses the 3 factors for determining the potential of a particle to cause damage to parts and components in the automotive and electronic industry. These factors include the…

Cleanliness Analysis with a 2-Methods-in-1 Solution

In this article, it is examined how an overall efficient and cost-effective cleanliness analysis workflow can be achieved with a 2-methods-in-1 materials analysis solution, combining optical…
The various solutions from Leica Microsystems for cleanliness analysis.

Factors to Consider for a Cleanliness Analysis Solution

Choosing the right cleanliness analysis solution is important for optimal quality control. This article discusses the important factors that should be taken into account to find the solution that best…
Type of contamination: spores

Cleanliness Analysis for Particulate Contamination

Devices, products, and their components fabricated in many industries can be quite sensitive to contamination and, as a result, have stringent requirements for technical cleanliness. Measurement…
Particles and fibers on a filter which will be counted and analyzed for cleanliness

Efficient Particle Counting and Analysis

This report discusses particle counting and analysis using optical microscopy for cleanliness of parts and components. Particle counting and analysis is a critical part of quality assurance in the…
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Quality Control Under the Microscope

Fast-rising demand for electric vehicles is one of the market’s main drivers, but there are other hotspots of growth, including the rise in renewable energy installations, such as photovoltaic panels,…
When particulate contamination is present in lubricating fluids or oils, it can cause damage to parts or components leading to malfunctions.

Hydraulics in the Automotive and Aerospace Industries

Cleanliness standards relating to lubricants, hydraulic fluids, and oils, e.g., ISO 4406 and DIN 51455 are discussed in this article. Cleanliness plays a central role in the automotive and…
Particles which could be found during cleanliness analysis of parts and components.

Cleanliness of Automotive Components and Parts

This article discusses the ISO 16232 standard and VDA 19 guidelines and briefly summarizes the particle analysis methods. They give important criteria for the cleanliness of automotive parts and…
Particle analysis with LIBS using the DM6 M LIBS 2-in-1 solution: Particle of brass, an alloy of copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn).

High Speed for Your Material Analysis Workflow

Learn from our expert, Dr. Konstantin Kartaschew, how the intelligent combination of light microscopy with laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) will truly accelerate your root-cause-analysis…

Key Factors for Efficient Cleanliness Analysis

In the automobile industry, even the smallest particles on single components can cause malfunctioning. Fuel, lubricant and urea filter systems are particularly vulnerable. Component cleanliness has…

Fields of Application

Automotive & Transportation

We at Leica want to be your dependendable collaborators, guiding you to optimal imaging solutions for automotive and transportation, so you can stay ahead of the competition. Our smart imaging…

Technical Cleanliness

For industrial and electronics manufacturers as well as non-regulated pharma applications, solutions for an efficient technical cleanliness offer significant advantages.

Material Analysis Microscopes

Materials analysis requires microscope solutions for the imaging, measurement, and analysis of features across a variety of materials like metal alloys, semiconductors, glass and ceramics, as well as…
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