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Cleanliness tester Aqueous Zero-Ion G3

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 12 15:56:25 EDT 2012 | dboudrea

Does anyone have the cleanliness tester Zero-Ion G3 from Aqueous. What are the pros and cons? Any feedback on this machine would be really appreciated. Thanks

how clean is clean?

Electronics Forum | Fri May 27 11:55:37 EDT 2005 | Sarag

There is also a new cleanliness tester that looks at localized areas to provide a cleanliness reading and can extract a sample to use in ion chromatography testing. You can find out about it here: http://www.residues.com/C3.html

Ionic Cleanliness testing

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 03 20:46:32 EDT 2007 | Mike Konrad

We manufacture similar equipment. I would recommend that most of the testing be performed in an automatic shut-off mode. There are potential issues with both methods, automatic shut-off and fixed time tests. In an automatic shut-off mode, the cl

Omegameter 500 information and possible replacement (ROSE Testing)

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 02 11:11:11 EDT 2017 | jsmith145

Does anybody have any information regarding an Omegameter 500 (Kenco Industries)? We’ve run 4000+ tests with this machine and all have produced a pass result without a single failure, starting to wonder if tests aren’t accurately assessing PCB cleanl

Cleanliness Testing Samples - What to Use?

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 04 11:47:00 EDT 2004 | HOSS

We are trying to deploy an Ionograph cleanliness tester and wanted to know what others are using as a standard test sample. My desire is to run the test on a weekly basis using the same medium complexity assembly. We plan to use the testing as a pr

Key Points to be considered while buying Ionic Contamination Tester

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 02 22:04:30 EST 2015 | davef

An ionic contamination tester should meet industrial cleanliness specifications including MIL-STD-2000A, MIL-P-28809, J-STD-001 and Resistivity of Solvent Extract (ROSE) Test Method IPC-TM-650 2.3.25

Ionic Contaminate Testing (time or auto terminate)

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 02 16:12:51 EDT 2004 | Mike Konrad

Hi -K We are a manufacturer of ionic contamination testers (not yours). In most cases, automatic mode is appropriate. In some instances however, you may need extra time to �release� entrapped contamination from the sample. Automatic mode is not a

Re: Approach To Contamination Testing Of PCBs

Electronics Forum | Thu May 14 19:05:02 EDT 1998 | Mike Konrad

Dave, Ionic contamination testers are considered to be a valuable tool to determine the cleanliness of both bare boards and post solder boards. There are some instances when SIR testing is more suitable for determining cleanliness than ionic contamin

Looks like we'll be BGAing in the near future

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 06 14:36:07 EST 2008 | dphilbrick

We had a customer that had 5 BGA's top and 2 bottom and several other assemblies that had 4-7 total BGA's that required WS. Our average build quantity was 2200 boards a month. We used high end Maytag dishwashers and a little Amterge(SP?) Took them t

dynamic/static contamination test

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 02 17:15:48 EST 2006 | Mike Konrad

Asoe, The systems you are describing are Resistivity of Solvent Extract (ROSE) Testers. These systems are available using one of two technologies, Static or Dynamic. Both systems use a calibrated test solution comprised of IPA and DI water. The t

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