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OSP coatings

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 07 16:53:15 EDT 2005 | GS

Contact Cookson Electronic, they can support you with OSP solutions (ENTEK---) new formulations for Lead Free apllication. Regards GS --------- from a 2003 Cookson presentation: Objective Although Existing ENTEK� PLUS CU106A technology is suc

Cleaning of Entek Boards

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 18 21:04:06 EDT 2002 | davef

So, why can't you clean misprints on Entek boards? Entek: Cheap, flat, OK shelf life, not without process and fabrication issues. Your Entek organic solderability protection is probably Entek Plus [CU106A] made by Ethone OMI. Consider getting a co

Re: N-tech osp problems

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 26 20:19:51 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Never heard of N-Tech. Whose material do they use? Two common materials are: Imidazole (Via Systems) and Entek (Enthone) OSP is a lacquer that fabs apply to boards by either spraying or dipping. What thickness control does your fab use? For inst

Cleaning procedures for Entek-Plus Cu-106A

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 20 14:25:05 EDT 1999 | Stephen Smith

I am wondering if anyone has any info regarding solder paste misprint clean-up procedures for Entek Plus CU-106A PCB's utilizing a water-clean solder paste. In a implementation procedure they recommend a 2-3 minute wash cycle with the following crit

Info on OSP PCB�s

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 05 21:14:10 EDT 2001 | davef

You aren't going to post our stuff on your "Hey, I'm the wizard site", are you? Board fab, Pad coatings, OSP 1 OSPs: Imidazole (Via Systems) is good. Entek (Enthone) works, but requires strict thickness control in fab. 2 Enthone CU56 allows one t

Re: Cleaning procedures for Entek-Plus Cu-106A

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 20 16:41:52 EDT 1999 | Justin Medernach

| I am wondering if anyone has any info regarding solder paste misprint clean-up procedures for Entek Plus CU-106A PCB's utilizing a water-clean solder paste. In a implementation procedure they recommend a 2-3 minute wash cycle with the following cr

Re: Cleaning procedures for Entek-Plus Cu-106A

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 21 20:01:00 EDT 1999 | Dave F

Earl said, in essence: | Justin is absolutely right ... | | Again, Entek is not much more than a flux coating ... | | Metallic coatings protect best, as we all know - especially those electroplated. Those coatings chemical come in next to no coati

How do you clean OSP PCB's without washing it off?

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 14 20:11:19 EDT 2006 | davef

You weren't specific about the OSP that you use. We use Entek Plus CU-106A. Yes, just about everything removes Entek, especially if there's heat involved. Ethone states: * Alcohol strips 70% of the coating * Water removes 15% * Kyzen Lonox only t

Re: Cleaning procedures for Entek-Plus Cu-106A

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 20 17:56:42 EDT 1999 | Chrys Shea

| | I am wondering if anyone has any info regarding solder paste misprint clean-up procedures for Entek Plus CU-106A PCB's utilizing a water-clean solder paste. In a implementation procedure they recommend a 2-3 minute wash cycle with the following

Re: Cleaning procedures for Entek-Plus Cu-106A

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 20 22:09:03 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

| | I am wondering if anyone has any info regarding solder paste misprint clean-up procedures for Entek Plus CU-106A PCB's utilizing a water-clean solder paste. In a implementation procedure they recommend a 2-3 minute wash cycle with the following

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