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Contamination of the cleaning agent

Electronics Forum | Mon May 09 13:55:33 EDT 2016 | dyoungquist

Omega Aqua Clean LPH. The flux we use in our selective solder process is Kester 2235. Our process cleans water soluble flux very well if cleaned within 24 hours of the boards being processed. We have sent boards off for cleanliness testing per sta

Contamination of the cleaning agent

Electronics Forum | Mon May 09 18:14:54 EDT 2016 | davef

I asked Randi Gates, Electrolube Marketing to join us to help with the conversation. Taking a step back from the Electrolube question, I could envision a 10 minute soak in DI water stripping the gold from a an ENIG board, you know, depending on the

Contamination of the cleaning agent

Electronics Forum | Thu May 05 02:40:30 EDT 2016 | padawanlinuxero

Hello guys! I have a question for you guys, we have been working with a cleaning agent call Safewash (SWAS) from electrolube, we use this safewash to clean the flux residue from the boards after wave soldering, since or customer doesn't like to have

Common cleaning agent for Water soluble, No-Clean and RMA paste

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 11:22:08 EDT 2001 | nifhail

Can I use one common cleaning agent to clean the stencils from a lines which are using RMA, No-clean and clean paste ( b'cos we onlyhv one stencil cleaner ). What about those misprinted board ? Can all of them use the same chemical or cleaned in the

Common cleaning agent for Water soluble, No-Clean and RMA paste

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 12:23:07 EDT 2001 | Mike Konrad

Hi Danial, Yes, you can use one cleaning chemistry for all paste types. There are many available chemistries from many manufacturers. The chemistries that I would recommend include: StencilWash Plus from Aqueous Technologies http://www.aqueouste

Missprinting cleaning

Electronics Forum | Wed May 23 15:11:21 EDT 2018 | jacobidiego

Hi experts, I asked our chinese board manufacturer about their recommended procedure to clean miss-printing. The answer was that they use Absolut Alcohol while use IPA currently and we are moving to a water based cleaning agent with ultrasound. Th

Stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 17:00:39 EDT 2006 | a_laser

The most common rates of in-process cleaning (under wipe) I have encountered are once per 5 to 10 prints. But this depends a on a lot of variables. More often is typically better, but more costly in under-wipe materials. (For some more info see http:

Solvent for stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 09 07:16:44 EST 2005 | pjc

Besides IPA, here is a list of links to cleaning agent suppliers besides Zestron, Vigon is a very good cleaning agent: http://www.envirosense.com/ http://www.kyzen.com/ http://www.petroferm.com/ If you give them your material mfr. and part numbe

White residue after cleaning with IPA

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 27 12:02:00 EST 2003 | Mike Konrad

Dave is correct. No-clean flux + water = white residue (unless the proper chemical is mixed with the water). Additionally, no-clean flux + IPA = white residue. Many saponifiers work well as do other cleaning agents. White residue may also be a re

Is Trichloroethelyne recommended for cleaning PCB assembles ?

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 22 09:02:46 EDT 2011 | mojomatt

Yes it is used for PCB, I have used it in the Automotive Service Industry for many uses. Most popular as a Brake assembly cleaning agent. It is popular today due to its low FLASH POINT, unlike other solvents that contain Heptane, Xylene etc thease ha

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