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 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 | 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 | 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 | 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 | Wed Feb 04 14:22:13 EST 2004 | Steve Gregory
We just got our new Aqueous Technologies SMT800-LD up and running over the last week, and things seem to be going fine. However, there is one thing I've discovered that I'm not very happy with. The control software that runs the machine has two pass
Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 07 18:02:20 EST 2004 | Mike Konrad
Hi Steve, The Windows 98 version of the SMT800-LD software provides for two levels of password protection. One for general use (creating, editing, deleting programs), and the other for maintenance functions (individual device control, machine confi