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Re: DE-IONIZED WATER SUPPLIERS

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 10 08:39:01 EDT 1999 | ScottM

Hello SMTNEtters': Does anyone know of any suppliers who can supply De-I H20 (some high-quality H20!!) in 55 gallon containers. We have no use for "point-of-use" treatment, like mixed bed, anion, or cation tanks, or anything like that...

Re: DE-IONIZED WATER SUPPLIERS

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 10 09:14:05 EDT 1999 | Brian

I'll go along with what John and Dave say. If you must buy it in (and it will be expensive), then never buy it in greater quantities than 25 litres in new PE containers or 1 week's supply, whichever is the smaller, from a local supplier who can guara

Re: DE-IONIZED WATER SUPPLIERS

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 10 09:49:49 EDT 1999 | C.K.

1 MOHM, 18 MOHM)? What state are you located? What type of volume will you use (1 drum per week, month, year)? Mike (800) 218-8128 We are located in Illinois (Southwest Suburb of Chicago). Our usage will probably be in the 1 dru

DENDRITES

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 03 14:41:52 EDT 1999 | Paul O.

We're getting field failures in a high impedance portion of the circuit. Think the unpopulated pc card has contaminates because we were able to grow dendrites by applying a 9 volt battery across the suspected pad, placed a drop of de-ionized water o

Re: DENDRITES

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 03 17:44:34 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

We're getting field failures in a high impedance portion of the circuit. Think the unpopulated pc card has contaminates because we were able to grow dendrites by applying a 9 volt battery across the suspected pad, placed a drop of de-ionized water

Re: DENDRITES

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 03 20:31:17 EDT 1999 | ScottM

We're getting field failures in a high impedance portion of the circuit. Think the unpopulated pc card has contaminates because we were able to grow dendrites by applying a 9 volt battery across the suspected pad, placed a drop of de-ionized water

de-ionized water

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 05 10:49:31 EDT 2007 | realchunks

Hi WRIGHT, When you the standard, I assume you are talking about what kind of set-ups. If so, then RDR is right. Contact a supplier. Most sell the water and also units that can make D.I. water. It depends on your need and size of your cleaner.

de-ionized water

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 05 22:59:18 EDT 2007 | davef

There is no standard. Companies select a lower control limit based on the desired cleanliness. Guidelines to consider are: * With fresh resin beds, expect get 17.5 mohm-cm water into the final rinse and then it decreases from there. * Semiconducto

Dishwasher

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 13 12:45:32 EDT 2007 | rgduval

We use an older industrial dish washer to clean our boards, and it works out pretty well. Economical, at least. I'd like to upgrade to an in-line, but it's not in the budget, yet. We've got ours piped with de-ionized water, and a hot water heater

Cleaning PCB After Soldering - How?

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 10 11:35:44 EST 2017 | rgduval

150º de-ionized water, however, if you're doing hobby work at home, regular hot water will be fine. Just be sure to allow the water to dry sufficiently before powering up the board. You can also use IPA or a custom flux cleaning solvent available o


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