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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

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 cleaner not getting PCBs clean and dry

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 08 12:39:39 EST 2016 | deanm

We have a name brand aqueous batch cleaner that uses a chemical and DI water to clean ROL0 flux from our PCBs. It does ok most of the time for SMT boards and we want to include through hole assemblies as well which should be a better cleaning process

Water wash flux and cleaning

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 09:47:23 EDT 2017 | georgetruitt

You have a lot to think about! What does the flux manufacturer recommend as far as specifics like water temp or pressure? Do they recommend high temp di-water a detergent or saponifier? Do you currently have a cleaning machine, batch cleaner or inl

Inline Aqueous Wash for WS and RMA fluxes

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 08 02:40:45 EST 2006 | Mike Konrad

Hi 'K', We manufacture both batch and inline defluxing equipment so we have no axe to grind with either technology. There are pros and cons associated with both technologies under specific conditions. Batch machines are typically good cleaners but

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

Re: Cleaning under, around, and through tight spaces

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 05 20:29:32 EST 1999 | Steve Gregory

A question for you all! Back in the good old days, we didn't always know how clean was clean. Much has changed. Much hasn't. My question concerns cleaning under, through, and around tight spaces. Way back when, we could not clean under 20

Re: Cleaning under, around, and through tight spaces

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 06 09:55:22 EST 1999 | Chrys

A question for you all! Back in the good old days, we didn't always know how clean was clean. Much has changed. Much hasn't. My question concerns cleaning under, through, and around tight spaces. Way back when, we could not clea

Re: Cleaning under, around, and through tight spaces

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 12 17:24:27 EDT 1999 | Kevin Ham

A question for you all! Back in the good old days, we didn't always know how clean was clean. Much has changed. Much hasn't. My question concerns cleaning under, through, and around tight spaces. Way back when, we could not clea

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