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cartridge filter for lead

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 19 12:59:43 EST 1999 | Wade

I am looking for a source of replaceable cartridge filters to remove lead that is in solution in the water from my defluxing system. All sources and/or comments are appreciated!

Samsung 30mm filter p/n

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 03 20:07:54 EST 2011 | kahrpr

Give Dynatech a call

Samsung 30mm filter p/n

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 11 11:28:42 EST 2011 | thejedeye

no return call and website seems to be down.

Samsung 30mm filter p/n

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 11 13:21:53 EST 2011 | kahrpr

Dynatech 267-483-5535

Samsung 30mm filter p/n

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 14 11:47:59 EST 2011 | thejedeye

Cool thank you.

Samsung 30mm filter p/n

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 03 19:05:12 EST 2011 | thejedeye

Can someone help please, purchasing agent guessing which p/n needed, for a Samsung CP 40CV there are 3 - 30MM filter located behind vacuum head, we think its one of these p/n's. P/N J1300300-I, P/N J1300300, P/N J1301351 TiA Thanks

panasonic kme nozzle dust filter

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 16 02:39:18 EST 2020 | originoat

panasonic kme nozzle dust filter original part PN 010DC181502

Re: cartridge filter for lead

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 30 16:35:58 EST 1999 | Dave F

The lead Wade is speaking about is not (technically) in solution. It is in suspension (or someting like that). The lead is solder balls, flakes, and the like that is offal from his soldering process. He needs to filter this material from the waste

Re: cartridge filter for lead

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 24 11:38:42 EST 1999 | John Thorup

Hi Wade As Steve says - are you sure that the lead is in solution? Particulate lead like solder balls is much easier to remove. The answers are going to depend on total output in gallons, maximum flow required and what has to be removed. If you're

Re: cartridge filter for lead

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 23 09:58:46 EST 1999 | STEVE CACCIOLA

I'm not a chemical guy, I'm a cleaning system guy. From my experience, lead does not normally go into solution unless there is an additive to your water (i.e saponifier), and if this is the case, you will need a membrane system (R.O.) to get it back

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