Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 08 16:53:41 EST 1998 | Ryan Jennens
Hey there Dave! We used to use a batch cleaner when we used water-clean paste. It was similar to a dishwasher, except that it had a digital menu for entering the number of wash cycles, water temp., amount of saponifier (we just used DI water),
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 13 09:04:33 EST 2013 | rgduval
Thanks, Dave. One thing that's beginning to concern me about the tankless heaters is their capabilities to get the water to the right temperature, at the right flow rate. It would be too easy to know the actual flow rate of the wash machine I bou
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 08 18:40:04 EST 1998 | Graham Naisbitt
Hi all, Only observation I would make is that it depends upon what you term as clean? Now isn't that an old thorny question. Care to comment? Regards Graham | Hey there Dave! | | We used to use a batch cleaner when we used water-clean paste.
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 09 21:45:11 EST 1998 | Dave F
Graham: I agree. Very thorny. What is clean?? And how is that controlled?? Back 25 or so years ago, soldering was done with high solids rosin fluxes. The issue with cleanliness was ionic contamination. The US military and others set a fairly a