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Issue with Batch cleaner Aqueous

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 12 00:18:19 EDT 2018 | aqueous

Here's a link to an article regarding foam mitigation techniques. It my be helpful. There are many causes of foam. Water alone does not foam. Flux, solubilized in to the water can produce foam. Defluxing additives contain defaming agents which should

Disposal of ultrasonic cleaning water

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 24 12:26:33 EDT 2008 | dyoungquist

We are purchasing an ultrasonic cleaner to clean pcb asseblies that have been produced with water soluble flux based solder. After cleaning a batch of assemblies, the water in the cleaner will need to be disposed of. My question is: Do we need to

Kyzen or Zestron?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 07 08:55:01 EDT 2007 | grics

Well... Some are worse than others... How can you identify that it is caused by uncured mask and not flux residues? The flux is from indium, 3592. Some research in their tech library revealed that either Kyzen or Zestron would work, which is the re

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

Re: Cleaning No-Clean

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 15 13:55:43 EDT 1998 | Steve A

Dave, The first step would be to learn to accept the residue. IPC class 2 has no problem with it. If that is not possible, I am not sure why a no clean is necessary- but I will take your work for it. Alcohols will dry out the residue, and turn it

Re: Cleaning No-Clean

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 15 16:39:07 EDT 1998 | Dave F

Steve: I thought Kyzen products were "additives" to either aqueous or semiaqueous inline or batch machine cleaning processes. I'm trying to clean the no-clean residue from a few components that can not bear to see water. Can you use Kyzen products

Re: Cleaning No-Clean

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 16 13:11:49 EDT 1998 | Steve A

The Kyzen product was brought to my attention from a chemist at Kester solders when I asked him what could remove no clean residue from a PCB that had been built weeks earlier. We soaked it in the Kyzen for 8 minutes and ran the board through the aq

Dish Washer for BGA Cleaning

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 09 01:41:35 EDT 2004 | Mike Konrad

Although water soluble (OA) flux is technically the easiest flux to remove, it is also the most damaging type of flux if not removed. A dishwasher lacks the pressure and nozzle design to produce the very small water particle size required for thorou

Can the old datecode Entek PCB be converted to HASL ?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 05 19:39:19 EDT 2001 | davef

I had forgotten that it was you that was on the Sipad adventure. [But then again, who can keep track of yer aliases? ;-)] You just go from one adventure to the next. Expanding On Dave�s Hi-Test Flux Method Theory � PASTE: Yes, contact your favorit

Re: White Residue / Vapor Degrease

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 18 21:05:15 EST 1999 | Dave F

| I get white residue on my PCBs after vapor degreasing. No comments on the vapor degreaser. Yes, I still use one of these. I use a vapor degreaser and a 1,1,1 replacement solvent due to the quick clean and quick dry times. Anyway, I only get whi

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