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Batch cleaner not getting PCBs clean and dry

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 09 00:19:51 EST 2016 | aqueous

Hi Dean, We are a manufacturer of cleaning equipment. I'm not sure if your machine is one of ours or another brand. Regardless, I am happy to provide assistance. In order to maximize the level of "helpfulness", it would be helpful for me to know mor

Batch cleaner

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 07 22:38:25 EDT 2010 | aqueous

As with so many things, some brands work very well on high density, low profile assemblies and some do not. Because my company manufactures these machines, I don't want to use this forum as an advertisement so I will recommend the following: 1. Sen

Batch cleaner

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 31 18:34:32 EDT 2010 | aqueous

If the batch cleaner is truly closed loop, then 100% of all of the process fluid (water) is captured, filtered (particulate, carbon, resin) and reused. This answer is based on a traditional closed-loop batch cleaning system with an integrated water

Stencil and board Ultrasonic cleaner

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 01 11:48:55 EST 2006 | russ

I would recopmmend contacting Aqueous technologies or Smart Sonic along with other Mfgrs. They will be best suited to evaluate your needs.

Stencil and board Ultrasonic cleaner

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 01 12:57:51 EST 2006 | wheels_in_the_well

There are several makes of stencil cleaning equipment. The previous post mentioned, Aqueous Tech (www.aqueoustech.com). Others of long standing high reputation are EMC Global (www.emcgti.com), Austin American Technology (www.aat-corp.com), and Tech

batch aqueous cleaning equipment

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 26 20:49:19 EDT 2007 | davef

Batch cleaner * Aqueous Technologies, 9055 Rancho Park Ct, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730; 909-944-7771 F909-944-7775 aqueoustech.com * Austin American Technology; 12201 Technology Blvd, Austin, TX 78727; 512-35-6400 F512-335-5753 aat-corp.com * EMC Glob

Inline aqueous cleaning equipment

Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 03 20:30:07 EST 2001 | Robert

James, if you want to get a circuit board wet, then any cleaner will do. Tighter componentry and BGAs are different. Even if you submerge a BGA, the surface underneath it will not be effected. Thus you need to force the chemistry mechanically unde

Drying after aqueous wash

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 02 17:39:54 EDT 2006 | russ

Well i guess you would not have to dry the boards but let me ask this, Are you hand cleaning water soluble flux in a sink? Never seen a cleaner without a dryer. Anyway temp and time for drying is easy to figure out. When boards are dry you have i

Drying after aqueous wash

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 03 16:42:48 EDT 2006 | Merle

The cleaner does have a dryer, but does not remove all moisture - we can see that. It is functioning - we can see that too.

Drying after aqueous wash

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 03 18:35:45 EDT 2006 | russ

So what are your current drying parameters? can you adjust temp and time? is this a batch cleaner that may have some shadowing from the way it is loaded causing hot air to not hit certain boards? Russ

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