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too much foam in our Speedline TechnologiesELEOCTROVERT/Aquastorm 200

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 16 14:21:15 EDT 2014 | toddp2012

Hi all, we have a Speedline Technologies ELEOCTROVERT/Aquastorm 200. In January we stared supplying it with pre-filterd to the DI cabinet next to machine so our large media would last longer. All was fine for about 4 months and then we started gett

too much foam in our Speedline TechnologiesELEOCTROVERT/Aquastorm 200

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 18 12:16:06 EDT 2014 | island2013

I had the same situation at a facility a few years ago. We moved our wash from one building to another and it was fine for months and then we had the foaming issue similar to yours. We tried everything from adding anti foam agents to even having th

too much foam in our Speedline TechnologiesELEOCTROVERT/Aquastorm 200

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 18 15:25:19 EDT 2014 | davef

The presence of agitation at an air / solution interface and a foaming agent causes foaming. Most water soluble fluxes contain surficants. Surficants are foaming agents. First, it's likely this foaming is caused by poor control of the temperature of

Inline Aqueous Wash for WS and RMA fluxes

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 08 10:24:11 EST 2006 | pjc

The Speedline Technologies- Electrovert AquaStorm 200 is one machine that can do the trick. You'll need the Chemical Isolation option for the RMA flux and you'll need a cleaning chemistry like what Zestron and Kyzen have. Yes, hi-density boards with

Looking for an inline DI water cleaner in China

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 24 10:00:43 EST 2005 | GS

Did you considered Aquastorm 200 (speedline)? Regards GS

speedline sale

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 11 23:35:12 EST 2003 | fastek

I would argue that Electrovert makes the best cleaner in the business (Aquastorm 200) and I would also argue that the Vectra and Electra waves are some of the best around. The Omniflo ovens are excellent as well. They're not going anywhere. And who's

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

Cookson selling Speedline

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 25 18:30:26 EDT 2003 | lysik

I buy a ton of used equipment. The price of used MPM/Electrovert has gone up. Trust me all the doom and gloom is just %$#^. Buy the stuff it is good strong reliable equipment. No problems. I just paid 30K for a used Aquastorm 200 with no customer in

SMT optimization and improvement

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 01 04:01:33 EDT 2006 | ts

The PT200 at line converter able to optimize your program to balance the line.

Mydata Pick and place

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 28 09:53:44 EDT 2001 | Brock

Stefan, I could be wrong but I have a question about every 10th board having a defect. If a machine places 1 million components and a the board has 200 components you arrive at 5000 boards. If every 10th board has a defect, then only 500 boards have

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