Electronics Forum | Tue May 04 09:45:05 EDT 2010 | dyoungquist
Only use the shop air if it is clean and dry. I know from experience that one can get water and a little oil from the compressor in the air lines. We are in a drier climate with humidity levels in the 25%-35% range on average. All we do is let the
Electronics Forum | Tue May 04 12:43:55 EDT 2010 | rgduval
Good point on the shop air. Shop air can also generate a tremendous amount of ESD. There are special nozzles you can get to minimize it. We use our shop air mostly for blowing out connectors, and larger components that have a history of trapping w
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 05 10:49:31 EDT 2007 | realchunks
Hi WRIGHT, When you the standard, I assume you are talking about what kind of set-ups. If so, then RDR is right. Contact a supplier. Most sell the water and also units that can make D.I. water. It depends on your need and size of your cleaner.
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 30 13:40:30 EST 1999 | dennis warner
We've been using a newly installed DI re-circulating system. It's been a big headache. Mostly understanding what causes our resistivity to be unpredictable. I think I've got a handle on that part now. The system consists of a Carbon,HMR(chealet),Cati