Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 16 20:39:07 EST 2006 | billwestiet
have you looked used? We have a couple of USED Electrovert Aquastorms in stock if you are interesed?
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 09 15:30:16 EST 2008 | markhoch
your best bet might be to try contacting some of the industry leaders in Aqueous Cleaning Equipment. Zestron America www.zestronusa.com Speedline Electrovert http://www.speedlinetechnologies.com/electrovert/aquastorm.aspx I am not affiliated in
Electronics Forum | Tue May 11 22:45:22 EDT 2004 | lawrento
Good Day Forumers, Currently using Electrovert Aquastorm 80 since 2000 and looking for new/aditional due to business expansion requirement. Would appreciate forumers experiences and comments on latest updates for PCBA Washing Machines selections in t
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 25 12:10:34 EDT 2004 | tcp
We use water soluble paste, Kester R560. These units are wave soldered and cleaned in an Electrovert Aquastorm water wash with a 3% Kester saponifier solution in the first stage.
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 30 10:43:31 EST 2006 | pjc
http://www.speedlinetech.com/electrovert/aquastorm.aspx http://www.technicaldev.com/nuclean.html http://www.aqueoustech.com/ http://www.aat-corp.com/ http://www.emcgti.com/ The mfrs. can give you ball-park prices.
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 08 10:24:11 EST 2006 | pjc
The Speedline Technologies- Electrovert AquaStorm 200 is one machine that can do the trick. You'll need the Chemical Isolation option for the RMA flux and you'll need a cleaning chemistry like what Zestron and Kyzen have. Yes, hi-density boards with
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 13 10:37:38 EDT 2003 | joeherz
I may have the oppurtunity to purchase this machine. My experience with in-line machines is limited to Trek (Triton IV) and Electrovert (aquastorm) having success and failure with both. The equipment would be used strictly for an OA chemistry and w
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 30 09:35:39 EDT 2003 | jseagle
What do you all think about Cookson trying to sell off their Speedline division? I was just about to purchase an Electrovert Aquastorm 100 but now I am not so sure. Does anyone here have an Austin American in-line wash? Looking for feedback as the
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 30 14:27:49 EST 2006 | pjc
Not really. A new Electrovert AquaStorm 100, in-line machine, is under $60K, for straight aqueous applications. The batch type from Aqueous Tech are like $35K I believe. $120K would be for a high performance in-line machine, such as the AquaStorm 200
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 04 13:05:31 EDT 2003 | JoeH
I may have the oppurtunity to purchase a AAT Microjet machine with the Mach II drying capability. I like the theoretical cleaning/drying capability and power consumption advantages this machine could give us. The relative small footprint is also a