LIGO Document E0900047-v11

LIGO Contamination Control Plan

Document #:
LIGO-E0900047-v11
Document type:
E - Engineering documents
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Abstract:
The LIGO interferometers are extremely sensitive to optical scattering or absorption losses induced by both particulate and hydrocarbon contamination. In order to minimize the likelihood of contamination of optical surfaces, numerous operational practices have been implemented at the LIGO Observatories. The purpose of this document is to describe the operational practices that have been implemented so that it can serve as a reference for observatory staff and visitors.
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Notes and Changes:
Added note regarding recent glove findings:
CE3 packaging is shedding ink when opened, CTI show higher particle counts than others during testing.

Differentiated LHO LSB Fiber Lab from Bonding Lab in garb table.

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