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of the facility. “A second tool was built to provide us with dual capaci- ty,” Williams explains. Because NIF has become a production facility, where many scientists and compa- nies are performing research, we also wanted to be able to clean a higher volume of optics and also get away from single-point failure.”


A Variety of Applications Although the lens cleaning sys-


tems at LLNL is unique, custom cleaning and etching systems are increasingly popular in a wide range of industries that utilize optics. “Cleaning” of optics used


through out science and industry refers to the use of agents such as solvents and ultrasound to remove unwanted particulates and other contaminates from optic glass. Cleaning may be an automated or manual process, but often requires collaboration between users and cleaning system specialists. In many instances, even though


there may be proven cleaning tools and systems on the market, a specific application — particularly sensitive products —may benefit from a second- ary evaluation of the cleaning param- eters or processes detailed in an RFP. “The specifiers, such as product


or process engineers commissioning the RFP, are aware of the importance of cleaning their products,” says Bertagnolli. “However, they may not realize that cleaning technologies have become so sophisticated that it is usually possible for cleaning sys-


tem vendors to improve on the initial design of a cleaning tool or process, making it more efficient, cost-effec- tive and robust.” Bertagnolli explains that clean-


ing system specialists have a broader view and have experience with the tools and technologies available, as well as the expertise required to select and integrate them. She adds that whether or not the


cleaning process involves automation, it may be highly beneficial to work with a cleaning specialist who has an applications lab equipped to test a variety of cleaning systems and also demonstrate their performance. “Having the equipment re -


quired for this kind of facility is indicative of the commitment of the cleaning system specialist,” Bertag - nolli says. “A facility capable of per- forming demonstrations will have specialized tools, such as metrology equipment, a scanning electron microscope, and laser-based surface particle measurement systems in a state-of-the-art cleanroom.” Bertagnolli states that


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