Ensuring technical cleanliness with FMEA: procedure and rules for success
A variety of mechanical and E/E systems require capable concepts for technical cleanliness. The goals are to control the causes of contamination and to avoid additional costs and field failures. Technical standards such as VDA Volume 19 form the basis of requirements and risk management for technical cleanliness.

Our FMEA-ONLINE event does the following:

  • Analyze "Hygenic Design" in the context of D-FMEA
  • Analyze particle entry, particle entrainment, particle formation with FMEA
  • Analyze clean zone (SaS1), clean room (SaS2), clean room (SaS3) with FMEA
  • Master the fault types leakage current, voltage flashover, electrical insulation in contacts, electrochemical migration (ECM) due to hygroscopic particles with FMEA
  • Scope of services

  • Precisely tailored information at the highest level of quality
  • Dialogue to answer questions
  • Seminar documents (PDF download)
  • Certificate of participation
  • Benefit

    Analyze unacceptable particle loading and/or chemical contamination with FMEA.
    Effectively minimize risks associated with Technical Cleanliness.
    Avoid field failures due to unacceptable contamination.

    Group of participants

    Employees from development, quality, project management, process planning, production, assembly and FMEA moderators.

    Participant fee
    The participation fee is 138,00€ (net)
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    Winfried Dietz

    Dietz Consultants

    Winfried Dietz is the founder and managing partner of DIETZ Consultants with subsidiaries in Asia and North America. He shoulders the responsibility of the FMEA business area development. Winfried Dietz has more than 30 years of practical experience, 25 years thereof as a consultant, trainer and coach. Other areas of interest and work include APQP, 8D, PPAP and functional safety and their interactions. Winfried Dietz is the organiser of the annual Osnabrück FMEA Forum.