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IHLP wash concerns

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 18 20:53:36 EST 2022 | emeto

From part documentation: CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS A no clean solder system is recommended for IHLP's. If cleaning must be performed, an Isopropyl alcohol is recommended. If de-ionized Water Wash is used insure it is followed by a thorough warm air dry c

Re: DE-IONIZED WATER SUPPLIERS

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 09 16:18:56 EDT 1999 | John Thorup

| 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 | Thu Sep 09 21:57:13 EDT 1999 | Dave F

| | 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 li

Re: DENDRITES

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 04 08:08:10 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 wat

Exhausting of flux in reflow ovens

Electronics Forum | Thu May 13 20:38:32 EDT 1999 | lima

Does anyone know of any industry guidelines for the exhausting of volatiles in reflow ovens? I've seen some numbers like 1,000ppm for the oven atmosphere, but is this typical? My concern is the volatiles in my WS629 solder paste may be attacking th

Stainless Steel in wash system

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 20 01:13:05 EDT 2001 | Michael Konrad

Hi Dave, It may be. DI water alone will not build up residue. It can attack the finish of electro-polished (mirrored) stainless steel though. I have seen a white / chalky buildup on poly inline cleaners, usually isolated in the wash section. The

Tip life of soldering irons with lead-free (SAC305)

Electronics Forum | Fri May 12 11:40:25 EDT 2006 | solderiron

If you can change to SN100C do it. The nickel prevents the high tin content from eating away at the metals on the tips. Similar to what the Lead did in 63/37 alloys. This Koki crap is just that, crap. 99% tin??? Thats what is causing the problem peop

Water Soluble Flux

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 30 11:42:03 EST 2010 | hegemon

A simple question with very complex answers... But to simplify, you could start at this. Water soluble fluxes are cleaned using (typically) de-ionized water, using a spray wash method. Sometimes a saponifier is added to the water to help it get

Batch Cleaner Closed Loop YES!!! / NO!!! / MAYBE???

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 15 13:24:44 EST 2002 | Mike Konrad

Hi Dave, To close-loop or not to close-loop, that is the question� I can not speak for all machines, but in our case, close-loop systems are actually less costly to operate than open-loop systems (we make both). First, determine the volume of wate

Re: DE-IONIZED WATER SUPPLIERS

Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 11 03:44:40 EDT 1999 | Brian

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 prob


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