TUSTIN, Calif., May 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Specialty Silicone Fabricators is offering teachers a free science teaching tool that shows how a cleanroom works. The free visual aid provides a framework for classroom discussions about science and technology.
Chris Mazelin, SSF Marketing Manager said, "As a technology company, SSF enthusiastically supports the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) program to help educators foster the next generation of innovators. We want to provide resources to encourage students' interest and participation."
Most students have heard the term "cleanroom" and have a sense of it being about a very controlled environment where people dress in masks and gowns. Beyond that, very few have a deeper understanding of how a cleanroom works. This interesting, graphical one page .pdf document provides a quick, simple overview of the basic principles of how a cleanroom works.
The cleanroom teaching aid can be downloaded for free at http://www.ssfab.com/index.php/2-uncategorised/145-free-teaching-aid-shows-how-a-cleanroom-works
SSF, headquartered in Tustin California, is a full service contract manufacturer serving the pharmaceutical and medical OEMs for the development of drug-eluting combination medical devices. http://www.Ssfab.com
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