Electronics Forum: de-fluxing (Page 1 of 3)

Cleaning after rework, no clean flux

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 26 23:59:48 EST 2003 | Mike Konrad

Grant, No-Clean paste + IPA = White Residue! #1: Stop using IPA #2: Switch to either a solvent-based de-fluxing chemical or an aqueous-based de-fluxing chemical. If you are using an ultrasonic cleaner for your boards as stated, do not use sapon

PCB Cleaner/washer suggestions

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 06 11:52:45 EDT 2004 | Mike Konrad

You state that you need a washer for �pcb washer/cleaner for misprints etc� Is it only for misprints or is it also for post-reflow de-fluxing? I would not suggest that you utilize one machine for both applications. Misprints should always be cle


Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 13 13:34:53 EST 2006 | pjc

Look for the following machines: Aqueous Technologies ECD EMC Austin American The above mfrs. make "industrial" grade dishwashers for assembled PCB de-fluxing. Search any of those names followed by "..... batch cleaner", and your search engine will

Stencil Cleaners

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 04 11:43:06 EDT 2006 | Mike Konrad

Here's a "flameless" reply... I�ll allow others to recommend� Here is a list of the �usual suspects�: Aqueous Technologies Batch and inline de-fluxers Ultrasonic stencil cleaning systems De-fluxing and stencil cleaning chemicals www.aqueoustech.co

Batch Cleaners

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 17 20:56:37 EDT 2003 | Mike Konrad

First, I should state that my company manufacturers batch and inline de-fluxing systems. Because we manufacture both formats, we remain unbiased. In fact, it is in our best interest to recommend inline cleaners since they sell for considerably more

Ultrasonic washing for boards

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 25 02:25:32 EDT 2005 | Mike Konrad

The issue of using ultrasonic technology for post reflow de-fluxing presents challenges in two categories: Controversial: Although there are recent studies that indicate acceptance with ultrasonic technology on populated assemblies, there remains si

Hollis TDL wave solder

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 14 09:22:13 EST 2005 | vortex

Recently I have started refurbing my companies extremely neglected Hollis TDL wave solder machine. After doing a general cleaning, de-fluxing, and de-greasing I have all the mechanical components back in working order. What i am left with is the elec

Ultrasonic stencil cleaners

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 12 14:32:52 EDT 2001 | Mike Konrad

Hi, Maybe Yes� Maybe No� Actually, it most likely is acceptable to clean assembled boards in an ultrasonic cleaning system (40 kHz). There are some concerns in some circles about possible damage to wire bonds in components. There have been publi

Ultrasonic stencil cleaners

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 22 13:21:12 EDT 2001 | Michael Konrad

Eric, The Kolb RB6D (and the RB5D) are not ultrasonic cleaners. They are high pressure spray cleaners. I would not recommend high pressure spray cleaners for misprinted assemblies with previously placed components (unless you don�t mind solder pas

Board Cleaning

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 05 17:48:58 EST 2001 | Mike Konrad

There are a few good de-fluxing chemicals and many more �not-so-good� de-fluxing chemicals. As a manufacturer of cleaning equipment, it is imperative that our customers use a de-fluxing chemical that: #1: Removes flux #2: Is environmentally safe

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