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Board washer

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 30 14:27:49 EST 2006 | pjc

Not really. A new Electrovert AquaStorm 100, in-line machine, is under $60K, for straight aqueous applications. The batch type from Aqueous Tech are like $35K I believe. $120K would be for a high performance in-line machine, such as the AquaStorm 200

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Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 19 09:57:22 EST 2003 | cyber_wolf

There is a place in New York called Aqua Pure. We have used them for several years. 845-942-5768

Electro-Deionization Systems

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 11 12:40:21 EDT 2008 | slthomas

You might try looking here: http://www.pure-aqua.com/edi-series.htm and then get back to us on what you find out. It looks interesting and expensive. :)

components don't fit on board

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 13 23:54:34 EST 2012 | sarason

What is the footprint with the aqua outline. Are you sure you have all the right footprints from your package ? sarason

Inline Washers

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 28 10:32:45 EST 2003 | pjc

Cookson Electronics Equipment- Electrovert AquaStorm 200 highly recommended options: Checkmate Conveyor Hurricane Jets in Wash and Rinse 4 Additional Top Spray Bars in Wash *Closed Loop Filtration System for Wash *Positive Displacement Chemical Meter

Looking for small Dishwasher type cleaning

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 01 14:58:59 EDT 2004 | Shean Dalton

To address the last sentence of the recent posting, Austin American Technology does have experience with board cleaners as described. More recently AAT developed a cleaning system simliar to your description called the AquaBatch. The AquaBatch was

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

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 15 10:09:24 EST 2002 | PeteC

The Electrovert AquaJet w/ Closed-Loop runs like $63K to $107, depending on the AJ config. The AJ is like the only batch machine I've seen that is not a glorified dish washer. Justification depends on your application. The batch system takes less spa

Using isopropanol with DI water for rinsing after washing boards

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 14 10:46:48 EST 2011 | dyoungquist

Have you tried an ultrasonic water cleaning process? We use an ultrasonic cleaner with tap water and Omega Aqua Clean LPH cleaner (omegasonics.com) then rinse with DI water. However, our cleaning requirements are not as strict as yours are from the

Inline Aqueous Wash for WS and RMA fluxes

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 08 21:26:44 EST 2006 | billwestiet

You already have some good answers. A chemical isolation zone for RMA is a good idea. If you are looking for new see the two references you have and Austin America. If you are looking for used, see us at http://www.ietechnology.net. We presently

cleaning NO clean

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 05 18:15:15 EDT 2002 | pjc

There are chemistries out there that will solublize some post-solder NC flux residues. I have had success with Zestron material Vigon A200 and Petroferm material Hydrex DX. Go to http://www.zestron.com and http://www.petroferm.com These are chemical

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