Electronics Forum: ipa (Page 11 of 24)

Re: cleaning solution to clean socket board.

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 23 14:05:08 EDT 2000 | Aokilab

Hi Soza: As Dave F mentioned, there are lot of factors involving the formation of residue, after cleaning. Factors, (such as: solvent's cleaning power, presence of metal oxides, type of soldering flux, etc...). One thing pretty sure, IPC is usually

Re: cleaning glue off of stencils

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 06 16:42:25 EST 2000 | Jon Wentz

Hi PR, FYI,some adhesives harden within the stencil apertures with IPA if not cleaned well. We used Heraeus PD955PY and had to closely inspect our cleaning process of the stencil. Just another tip, ask your adhesive vendor for their recommendation o

Re: Conversion to no-clean solder paste

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 25 15:13:34 EST 2000 | Dave H

Kris, Weigh very carefully the above caveat with regard to IPA. I would ask for documentation to substantiate this claim, which likely stems from a desire to sell "his" chemistry, while "slamming" competition. I'll be happy to run some tests for you

Re: What's a good sub for 1,1,1-trichloroethylene

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 22 14:44:30 EDT 1999 | Scott McKee

I am looking for some recommendations for a cleaner for rosin flux. James Popular is an Organic Saponifier Cleaner from Alphametals, the name is 2110. Requires a 5%-7% mix ratio with DI water. IPA is also used but is getting on the "no n

Selective soldering pallets and solder balls

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 02 17:02:28 EST 2002 | Vince Whipple

Steve, I agree with the recommendation to check the temperature. This is the first place to go. Is this an IPA or water based Noclean? What is the topside temp of the assembly at the effected areas? If you are too cold you will have a tendency to hav

Cleaning

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 23 10:44:40 EDT 2003 | ADAM

Guys I was wondering if anybody out there had any suggestions for cleaning populated pcbs that have been contaminated with salty sea water . There is alot of evidence of white residues and salt deposits on the pcb's. I've tried putting them through

Cleaning

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 29 05:04:20 EDT 2003 | gregoryyork

Dear adam Sounds to me like it may not be Salt water contamination or even flux residue's, as both of these are commonly cleaned semi aqueosly or with IPA. Have you considered it may be Talcum powder used as fillers in solder resist, mineral salts

Conformal coating

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 10 13:59:29 EST 2004 | Vadim

At times the orange peel effect can be from excess flux improperly removed. Our company strictly provides the service of selctive conformal coating application. We quite often see this. Most times if the board is simply "water washed", or IPA washed,

Conformal coating

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 10 14:02:03 EST 2004 | Maryann

At times the orange peel effect can be from excess flux improperly removed. Our company strictly provides the service of selctive conformal coating application. We quite often see this. Most times if the board is simply "water washed", or IPA washed,

Freshman in SMT industry needing advice

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 21 23:13:15 EST 2004 | starbillias

Hello Robert, I have a used EMC Global Technologies Spirit 30 IPA Stencil Cleaner For Sale. This is in mint condition and I am only asking $4,250. Feel free to contact me with more questions. Thanks Regards, Bill 978-790-2774 wladakos@comcast.net


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