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Solder dust

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 08 15:18:15 EST 2005 | Tim

Thanks for the response. What I am looking for is what personal protection or other safety precautions should be used when cleaning the machine of paste/dross/dust. Any experience with this?

Solder dust

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 07 15:39:18 EST 2005 | Tim

Hi, We are looking for the best method to clean dried solder paste and residue from screen printers and wave solder equipment. What do you use for vacuuming? For breathing protection?

Solder dust

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 07 20:33:35 EST 2005 | KEN

Rule 1: Clean it as soon as you see it! Don't let it dry. It's harder to clean up and can be easily injested when in a dry powder form. Rule 2: See rule 1

Solder dust

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 11 12:19:50 EST 2005 | Carmine Garboza

I'd like to see the rotary vane vacuum which could suck up a column of molten tin/lead 2 inches in diameter...

Solder dust

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 08 09:56:05 EST 2005 | caldon

Tim- You have two separate issues 1) Stencils and 2) wave. Stencils you can purchase a ultrasonic system that will remove the paste automatically or you can use stencil wipes to remove it manually. I would refrain from using towels and IPA as it dilu

Solder dust

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 09 08:23:31 EST 2005 | davef

We don't have experience on this, but first we'd talk to a technical type at our solder paste supplier. Baring that, we'd: * Soak a paper towel in a 'solvent' [ie Kyzen XJN, EnviroSense Enviro Gold, Petroferm Hydrex, etc]. * Place the towel in conta

SWIFFER dust mops

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 02 16:27:02 EDT 2010 | mac5

Does anyone have an opinion on using a SWIFFER dust mop for cleaning SMT line equipment?

SWIFFER dust mops

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 04 07:01:43 EDT 2010 | clampron

Good Morning, I had looked into this several years ago. The Swiffer dust mops use static to capture and contain dust particles. That would make this a huge ESD concern. Electrical SMT equipment is grounded so any charge potential generated would be

panasonic kme nozzle dust filter

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 16 02:39:18 EST 2020 | originoat

panasonic kme nozzle dust filter original part PN 010DC181502

Yellow dust inside HEATING CONVECTOR

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 14 15:37:48 EST 2018 | cbart

Do you mean in a reflow oven or wave solder? if so check your exhaust blower, make sure its still drawing. if not the flux/dust that builds up on the exhaust pipes may be falling into the machine.

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