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Using the right ionizer for the right application is critical - or you can spend a lot of money and not get the results you expected.  Read on.  And learn. 

Ionization in the Factory or Cleanroom

Validation & Certification

RMV Technology Group performs 3rd Party Validation of Ionizers for Aerospace & Defense, Space Technology, Medical Device, Pharmaceutical, Disk Drive, Semiconductor, Automotive and Industrial Electronics.

Read the most recent article on the reasons why you should be performing Ionization calibration onsite instead of shipping to a Calibration laboratory.  

For Interference Technology, Bob Vermillion, RMV Tech Group and Jorg Fisher, UC Berkeley Space Science Laboratory recently published titled  "On-Site Ionizer Calibration - An Overview"  - quite an  interesting read for those that work in Mission Critical environments and in the manufacture of ultra-sensitive components.  


We can teach you how to calibrate on-site at the RMV Technology Group LLC at NASA Ames laboratory and training center.  


For further inquiries, please call or email Renee at 640-964-4792 or  

Ionization Checklist for Industry

ANSI/ESD & SEMI Test Methods

ANSI/ESD STM3.1-2006 Ionization
Test methods and procedures for evaluating and selecting air ionization equipment and systems are covered in this standard. The document establishes measurement techniques to determine ion balance and charge neutralization time for ionizers.

ANSI/ESD SP3.3-2012 Periodic Verification of Air Ionizers
This standard practice provides test methods and procedures for periodic verification of the performance of air ionization equipment and systems (ionizers).

ANSI/ESD SP3.3-2012 Periodic Verification of Small Profile Air Ionizers
This standard practice provides a test fixture example and procedures for performance verification of air ionization used in confined spaces where it may not be possible to use the test fixtures defined in ANSI/ESD STM3.1 or ANSI/ESD SP3.3.

SEMI E78-0309
Guide to Assess and Control Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) and Electrostatic Attraction (ESA) for Equipment.

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