DIN EN 16602-70-05

Space product assurance - Detection of organic contamination surfaces by infrared spectroscopy; English version EN 16602-70-05:2014

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Organization: DIN
Publication Date: 1 January 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 64
ICS Code (Space systems and operations): 49.140
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This Standard defines test requirements for detecting organic contamination on surfaces using direct and indirect methods with the aid of infrared spectroscopy.

The Standard applies to controlling and detecting organic contamination on all manned and unmanned spacecraft, launchers, payloads, experiments, terrestrial vacuum test facilities, and cleanrooms.

The following test methods are covered:

• Direct sampling of contaminants

• Indirect sampling of contaminants by washing and wiping

Several informative annexes are included to give guidelines to the following subjects:

• Qualitative and quantitative interpretation of spectral data

• Calibration of infrared equipment

• Training of operators

• Use of molecular witness plates

• Collecting molecular contamination

• Contact test to measure the contamination transfer of materials

• Immersion test to measure the extractable contamination potential of materials

• Selection criteria for test equipment

This standard may be tailored for the specific characteristics and constraints of space project in conformance with ECSS-S-ST-00.

Document History

DIN EN 16602-70-05
January 1, 2015
Space product assurance - Detection of organic contamination surfaces by infrared spectroscopy; English version EN 16602-70-05:2014
This Standard defines test requirements for detecting organic contamination on surfaces using direct and indirect methods with the aid of infrared spectroscopy. The Standard applies to controlling...
February 1, 2014
Space product assurance - Detection of organic contamination of surfaces by infrared spectroscopy; English version FprEN 16602-70-05:2013
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