Average particle deposition velocity toward a horizontal semiconductor wafer in vertical airflow is measured by a wafer surface scanner(PMS SAS-3600). Use of wafer surface scanner requires very short exposure time normally ranging from 10 to 30 minutes, and hence makes repetition of experiment much easier. Polystyrene latex (PSL) spheres of diameter between 0.2 and 1.0 ㎛ are used. The present range of particle sizes is very important in controlling particle deposition on a wafer surface in industrial applications. For the present experiment, convection, diffusion, and sedimentation comprise important agents for deposition mechanisms. To investigate confidence interval of experimental data, mean and standard deviation of average deposition velocities are obtained from more than ten data set for each PSL sphere size. It is found that the distribution of mean of average deposition velocities from the measurement agrees well with the predictions of Liu and Ahn(1987) and Emi et al.(1989).