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Has anyone heard of a no clean paste that can be cleaned in straight DI water ?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 29 15:08:27 EST 2018 | emeto

I still find it weird when people clean "NO clean" - it defeats the purpose.

Has anyone heard of a no clean paste that can be cleaned in straight DI water ?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 31 07:37:48 EST 2018 | stephendo

Michael What you say is not a reason for washing. It is a reason to not use Can't Clean solder paste. Although I guess if they use the real name they wouldn't sell as much as they do by calling it No Clean.

Has anyone heard of a no clean paste that can be cleaned in straight DI water ?

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 01 17:34:45 EST 2018 | Mike Konrad

Thanks for the kind words Dave. At no point in my reply was I trying to sell anything. I apologize to anyone who believes otherwise. I agree with the poster, if assemblies are going to be cleaned, consider a flux designed to be cleaned. While this is

Has anyone heard of a no clean paste that can be cleaned in straight DI water ?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 26 12:57:34 EST 2018 | aqueous

Sorry to disappoint. No-Clean fluxes are resin-based. They are not soluble in water. Water soluble fluxes are by nature Organic Acid and are soluble in water AND must be cleaned within a short period after reflow as they remain conductive and corrosi

Has anyone heard of a no clean paste that can be cleaned in straight DI water ?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 26 12:19:24 EST 2018 | clockwatcher

I'm looking for a No Clean SAC 305 Solder Paste that can be run through our inline wash. No chemicals just DI water.

Has anyone heard of a no clean paste that can be cleaned in straight DI water ?

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 01 08:46:54 EST 2018 | charliedci

Your right, he is "selling it". Or I should say he is not selling no-clean solder paste.

Has anyone heard of a no clean paste that can be cleaned in straight DI water ?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 30 07:29:21 EST 2018 | charliedci

I believe the correct statement (I've been told) is "the process is no clean". The solder paste is "low residue". As a CM, in the past we had customers that insisted on a wash after soldering. We used DI water with a saponifier which had mixed result

Has anyone heard of a no clean paste that can be cleaned in straight DI water ?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 30 10:44:02 EST 2018 | emeto

If you go even further, the flux residue actually isolates the joints from the surrounding atmosphere, so it is actually supposed to be there. Adding a step in your process that is obsolete, doesn't comply very good with the whole lean concept. I don

Has anyone heard of a no clean paste that can be cleaned in straight DI water ?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 30 18:25:25 EST 2018 | aqueous

This is one of the most common questions I get asked. Why clean no-clean flux. It was stated earlier that no-clean residues are benign. This may or may not be accurate. It depends on several factors including the reflow process. In a perfect world, t

Has anyone heard of a no clean paste that can be cleaned in straight DI water ?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 26 14:32:44 EST 2018 | dleeper

Amtech LF4300 is exactly what your looking for. http://www.inventecusa.com/assets/lf-4300.pdf Insert standard "I receive no benefit nor compensation from the aforementioned company"

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