Electronics Forum: electrovert aquastorm 100 in-line (Page 1 of 1)

Board washer

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

Cookson selling Speedline

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

Aqueous Cleaning Systems

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 06 17:56:52 EST 2003 | pjc

Batch vs. In-Line for straight aqueous cleaning applications tends to be all about production. You'll have to see what cycle times you get from the various batch systems out there vs. the in-lines. In-Lines come in various sizes. Some of the leading

Technical Devices NuClean 324

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

Austin American Microjet Users

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

Inline Washers

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 27 16:38:01 EST 2003 | russ

James, The last time I evaluated in-line cleaners (2 yrs ago)the Aquastorm was by far the best. They were the easiest to maintain, acheived the highest cleanliness level (per in-house testing with omegameter 600 heated solution), and were the quiete

Inline Aqueous Wash for WS and RMA fluxes

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 08 21:26:44 EST 2006 | billwestiet

You already have some good answers. A chemical isolation zone for RMA is a good idea. If you are looking for new see the two references you have and Austin America. If you are looking for used, see us at http://www.ietechnology.net. We presently


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