We talk to numerous people each year who find a strange code like CCC = A(C-E15/F-G10/H-I4/J-N00) is the cleanliness limit which applies to the parts they manufacture or are bidding on. We help them understand how to decipher that code and also help them understand the testing parameters which ISO 16232 or VDA 19 require. Please feel free to contact us when you need help understanding ISO 16232 and/or VDA 19.
In an effort to reach out further with needful education we have started a series of articles to help increase understanding regarding ISO 16232 and VDA 19. We have five articles in the series completed currently. The completed articles are available here on our website (click the article titles below) as well as on LinkedIn. Please also check out our series of articles regarding Component Cleanliness Testing. We hope you find them useful and we hope as well that you share them with others, so they too can better understand ISO 16232 and VDA 19.
Please let us know what you think the next article in our "Understanding your ISO 16232 or VDA 19 report" series should be about by contacting us.