Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 10 11:14:56 EST 2005 | chunks
Davef said butt!
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 09 05:18:15 EST 2005 | pavel_murtishev
Good day, So, only material supplier recommendation is the basis for solvent selection. Am I right? BR, Pavel
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 10 22:29:01 EDT 2002 | scottefiske
Many times after initially cleaning in the solvents recommended by the paste/material manufacturer, a light white haze may still be visable...try using a soft bristle brush to remove the remaining residues. By this time the residues that remain will
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 08 20:32:29 EST 2005 | davef
Vigon products are good. What does the supplier of the material [eg: paste, glue, whatever] that you're trying to clean from your stencil say that you should use?
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 09 07:22:28 EST 2005 | davef
No. Aqueous Technologies, Kyzen, Petroferm, Zestron, Alpha Metals and many more companies have tested their chemical for use with many different production materials and should be able to discuss the effectiveness of their chemical. Beyond that, ma
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 10 10:03:51 EST 2005 | C
Wow! that's amazing!, so you spray both sides, you wait for 2 minutes, and then you wipe everyting clean, and you do all this in 2 minutes, fantastic!
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 09 07:16:44 EST 2005 | pjc
Besides IPA, here is a list of links to cleaning agent suppliers besides Zestron, Vigon is a very good cleaning agent: http://www.envirosense.com/ http://www.kyzen.com/ http://www.petroferm.com/ If you give them your material mfr. and part numbe
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 09 09:01:42 EST 2005 | smtspecialist
I was using a combination of Alcohol and then compressed air for a while because I didn't wanted to add new hazardous chemicals into my factory but after looking into Vigon SC200 with a H/F/R of 0 I decided to try it. Since I started to use it, my
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 10 07:57:51 EST 2005 | davef
AJ: Problems with IPA are: * IPA / material being 'cleaned' combination still needs to be removed from the stencil. * IPA and empty containers are a hazardous material by RCRA criteria (40CFR 261) * Flash point (~12*C TCC) of IPA is low enough that a
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 31 21:08:34 EST 2004 | Ed
Hey guys. I've been manually dunking circuit boards for 8 years now. I too have the excess residue issue to contend with. I'm using a low solids - no clean flux from Kester (959). I have used solvents, thinners, windex and a multititude of cleane