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PCB wash chlorine

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 02 18:53:36 EDT 2003 | Michael Nguyen

We are using a Trek board washing system with 2 deionizer tanks hooked up to the 2 final rinse tanks and the first tank is directly connected with the city water. We are having problems with a vendor board on some tranformer/chokes. The part manufact

PCB wash chlorine

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 02 21:00:26 EDT 2003 | davef

Who says the chlorine comes from your tap water? Our PTOW dumps boat loads of chlorine into our water periodically. Sometimes it's so bad you can smell it. We doubt that it is the source of your problem. This chlorine will volitize very quickly,

PCB wash chlorine

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 04 00:21:00 EDT 2003 | Dean

It would help to run a carbon, anion, cation, mixed-bed configuration with pure DI as the final rinse. IF your incomming water is really bad you can run a RO unit to "prepare" the water for ion exchange. Do you run omega meter or ionograph testing

PCB wash chlorine

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 03 01:03:15 EDT 2003 | Truett H.

I would discourage the use of city water at all - where rinsing electronic parts is concerned, it contains too much contamination. If practical, route DI water to your first tank and implement some aggitation (either nitrogen bubbles from the bottom

Re: Chlorine free solder paste

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 01 11:51:48 EDT 1999 | Dave F

We have experienced problems with chlorine damaging certain components, is there anyone with similar problems and possible solutions ? preferably info about a source for chlorine free solder paste Thanks James James: There is no chlor

Chlorine free solder paste

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 01 08:55:01 EDT 1999 | James Whitehouse

We have experienced problems with chlorine damaging certain components, is there anyone with similar problems and possible solutions ? preferably info about a source for chlorine free solder paste Thanks James

Chlorine free solder paste

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 01 08:53:16 EDT 1999 | James Whitehouse

We have experienced problems with chlorine damaging certain components, is there anyone with similar problems and possible solutions ? preferably info about a source for chlorine free solder paste Thanks James

Ionic Contamination

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 10 18:55:04 EST 2004 | Dreamsniper

J-STD-001 8.4.1 Chlorine content should not exceed the following:

Ionic Contamination

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 11 09:16:48 EST 2004 | Dreamsniper

J-STD-001 8.4.1 Chlorine content should not exceed the following:

White residue VS No clean

Electronics Forum | Sun Jul 29 09:17:20 EDT 2001 | davef

Tough to say, but ... Chlorine: Many fluxes contain chlorine. Sulphur: Many solders and paper packing materials contain sulphur. Sodium: No idea. IPC-J-001 talks to board cleanliness and specifies criteria according to the cleanliness test met

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