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Solvent for a stencil printer

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 16 16:23:32 EST 2004 | blnorman

We tried Ionox BC in our MPM, but evidently a feed line came loose allowing the Ionox to spray, flood, whatever on the inside of the machine. The Ionox ate through some of the insulation on the wires. As long as it stayed in the plumbing, it worked

Cleaning of stencil

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 22 09:45:44 EDT 2004 | blnorman

We use Ionox BC, but again, contact the adhesive manufacturer for their recommendations.

Stencil Cleaning by hand

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 03 10:18:36 EDT 2012 | pctech

Greetings everyone, I am trying to figure out away to clean our stencils by hand. Unfortunately, we do not have a stencil cleaner due to size and finance of our company. I am using Ionox to clean them daily.But the walls do not come clean. Is this a

Manual Stencil Cleaning Solvent

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 07 16:39:19 EDT 2005 | pjc

Here are some: Mfr. Model Flash Point Tel Nr. Kyzen Ionox 13400 170 F +1-615-831-0888 Zestron SD 300 106 F +1-703-589-1198 Zestron VD 143 F Zestron

Cleaning for conformal coat

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 25 12:14:18 EST 2013 | johng

I'm using urethane conformal coat and have fisheyes and dewetting after coating even though the PWAs have been through the wash cycle twice. I'm looking at using Ionox 13302 in an ultrasonic cleaner as a short term solution until root cause can be id

Cleaning for conformal coat

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 25 12:15:04 EST 2013 | johng

I'm using urethane conformal coat and have fisheyes and dewetting after coating even though the PWAs have been through the wash cycle twice. I'm looking at using Ionox 13302 in an ultrasonic cleaner as a short term solution until root cause can be id

Cleaning for conformal coat

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 25 13:07:31 EST 2013 | johng

Thank you for replying Phil. We use water only wash at 130°F and at 4 ft/min (about 2 min). They are mostly dried by the hot ait knife and left to air dry until next day. The operators do not wear gloves. When I run a bare board through the same pro

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

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

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