Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 05 08:07:52 EST 2001 | roland
I searched SMTnet using the top search box with "companies" in the dropdown and got 17 results. Here are a few: Petroferm, who is a SMTnet sponspor, Aqueous Technologies Corporation, Kyzen Corporation, Technical Devices Company, Impell Purification
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 26 17:41:33 EDT 2007 | JD
We've had our Aqueous Technologies 600-LD for four years or so now with just about zero problems... good luck in your selection
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 06 16:30:15 EST 2000 | James
Hi all, I am trying to find websites for inline aqueous cleaning equipment. I have found Trek, Austin America, Electrovert, and Aqueous Technologies. I can't seem to find any others. If anyone knows urls for others I would appreciate it. And yes
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
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 30 00:49:07 EDT 2007 | Ron Rumrill
Let me chime-in regarding impact pressure. By definition, impact pressure is determined by several factors: 1. The weight of the water (a constant) 2. Its velocity (determined by the GPM and nozzle�s orifice size) 3. The area impinged (determined
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 27 13:35:46 EDT 2007 | sjpence
I do not know of any standard recommended values for impact pressure in cleaning equipment. They act more as a guide when examining the various choices manufacturers have made for the spray flow, nozzle pressure, nozzle spray angle and other factors.
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 27 09:37:06 EDT 2007 | jdumont
I am pretty sure all mfg offer upgrades to the pumps inside these units. We upgraded ours to the 5hp pump and are very happy with it. A lot will depend on spray nozzle location and technology from Mfg to Mfg...
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 07 12:34:36 EST 2000 | Marty Wetzel
EMC Global Technologies www.emcgti.com
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 16 21:42:29 EDT 2010 | aqueous
Aqueous Technologies would be glad to send you a manual. Product registration is now free. Upon registration, Aqueous Technologies will send you manuals (electronic copies) at no charge. Service is available on a charge basis. Mike Konrad Aqueou
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 09 18:54:27 EST 2009 | aqueous
The AQ400 Series (manufactured between 1992 and 1996 used a Myron-L brand resistivity controller. If you purchased this machine from Aqueous Technologies you would have received a Myron-L manual which describes the calibration procedure in detail.