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IPA versus Stencil Cleaning Solution

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 14 10:15:08 EDT 2017 | cyber_wolf

Nitrating is new to me too. I assume it means nitride coating.

Electronic Assembly - PCB cleansing and COVID-19

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 30 12:57:06 EDT 2020 | emeto

IPA is 99% Alcohol, so i assume should be more than enough.

Handheld stencil cleaner

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 20 16:24:59 EDT 2002 | blnorman

At the OSHA training institute, our instructor stuck an electric drill in a bucket of water to demonstrate what proper grounding will do. Personally I wasn't going to try it. All our fluxes are no-clean, and are IPA based. Granted we used aqueous

no-clean process

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 29 08:50:30 EST 2003 | davef

Barry Echoing an earlier poster, replace your stone. Use the suppliers' recommended thinner. Do NOT use isopropanol [IPA]. IPA contains water. Water is the bane of low residue soldering. It will get you in trouble fast. From IPC, get your hand

SMT Adhesive

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 28 10:49:47 EDT 2006 | pavel_murtishev

Good afternoon, We use PD955M daily and are also happy with PD955M. Consider PD955�s printable version: PD955 PY or PD955 PR (difference is only in color: red or yellow). Do not use IPA for cleaning. IPA tends to harden adhesive making cleaning extr

wave finger cleaner solution

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 29 22:13:59 EDT 2008 | davef

IPA is a fire hazard. Be sure your fire extinguishers are charged and your evacuation plan is current, when using IPA in the vacinity of a wave solder machine. Have you tried DI water? Solutions used in wave finger cleaners include: * Techspray SMT

Contaminate PCB surface

Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 03 17:21:45 EST 2011 | davef

We can't tell much from your pictures, except there are rounded gray blobs that could be solder. If that's the case, you need to get that solder hotter. Please give us the temperature readings of those blobs during reflow. You mentioned that you're

Parylene coating - spots defect around via holes & other flat surface

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 05 04:32:49 EDT 2016 | piyakorn

Rinse IPA 5 Min --> Treathment/soak IPA50%+SILENT50% 5Min --> Baking 60C/30Min --> Parylene coating (around 8Hr in chamber) --> Found defect spot. We have simulated and ensure board drying before parylene that still have spots. Need help - Thank y

IPA versus Stencil Cleaning Solution

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 14 01:52:57 EDT 2017 | bukas

I have been using IPA for more than 3 years with no damage to stencils. what some cleaning solvent manufacturers claim is that you get better separation with their products, some even recommend nitrating stencil to enhance separation and avoid paste

IPA versus Stencil Cleaning Solution

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 14 23:11:53 EDT 2017 | claire_08

sorry, I can't give you best solution for IPA versus stencil cleaning. But if you need new stencil, I can recommend you one, five-star praise supplier, they have stencil or with frame, various size at cheap price below 30% market price http://www.pcb

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