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saponifiers compatible with CPVC

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 17 10:29:10 EST 2006 | Mike Konrad

Armakleen is compatible with CPVC as are most aqueous-based chemistries. Armakleen, in its day was a superior chemistry. It was the first of the aqueous blends to offer bright solder joints (earlier saponifiers commonly dulled solder joints). Arma

Stainless Steel in wash system

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 14 09:29:41 EDT 2001 | ksfacinelli

The biggest concern I have is appearance to customers. You open a cleaning system and it looks worse than your shower after a month of scale buildup. I guess Alpha has two different product to combat this problem. I am going to give them both a

Recommendations for ultrasonic cleaning solution

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 10 18:03:49 EDT 2001 | pzohbon

Does anyone have a recommendation for a cleaning solution used in an ultrasonic cleaner for cleaning RMA solder paste off stencils and adhesive off pcb boards. I am going to be evaluating Armakleen 2001, Zestron Vigon SC 200, and Aqueous Technologies

saponifiers compatible with CPVC

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 16 16:11:25 EST 2006 | slthomas

We currently use Armakleen E-2001WS in our Trieber inline cleaner and I'm trying to review the process and look into upgrading the chemistry if it's appropriate. After a little research I've concluded that I don't have nearly the information I need t

Stainless Steel in wash system

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 14 09:15:06 EDT 2001 | ksfacinelli

We have two batch systems here. The systems have worked very well but the interior stainless steel is very dull. We are running a DI based open loop system for cleaning primarily a WS flux. In special cases we have used ArmaKleen E-2001 and Alpha

Correction on misinformation

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 14:41:13 EDT 2001 | mparker

I just realized my last posting has some incorrect references. Blame it on last nights sour mash! (St. Pauli girl didn't respond!) The article I referenced was found at the AlphaMetals website, a study done for AlledSignal, in conjunction with Churc

saponifiers compatible with CPVC

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 17 10:46:12 EST 2006 | slthomas

Thanks for the info., Mike, and thanks for trying to dig up a little more. I spent some more time digging myself yesterday and found an MSDS for the stuff we use, but no specification. I finally just put in a call to our Armakleen distributor's cor

Print-Glue-Wave process

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 13 15:13:17 EST 2003 | ruggi

That's a good idea...and to add on to it, you could wash after the wave, too--it really doesn't matter. A question about this though--unless your Customer specifically requires "clean", no-clean flux whether it's ugly or not, is permitted by IPC,

Re: What's a good sub for 1,1,1-trichloroethylene

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 22 16:36:06 EDT 1999 | Mike Konrad

Scott is right, Alpha' 2110 is a good saponifier (be careful though as it can dull your leads). Saponifiers in general are better if used in an aggressive spray-in-air system. Low agitation immersion systems (heated baths or refurbished vapor degre

Stainless Steel in wash system

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 19 11:32:17 EDT 2001 | Mike Konrad

Hi Kevin, Sorry for the delay in responding to your question. I have been trapped in Australia (not a bad place to be trapped I may add). The scale in your cleaner is not usually caused by the chemical used in the wash cycle (although Armakleen ha

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