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Cleanning no clean residu

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 19 16:24:53 EDT 2007 | jmelson

Really, if you start out from the beginning planning to clean the boards, then DON'T use the no-clean flux! The way that stuff is made, it leaves a hard, low-solubility residue that takes a LOT of effort to get clean. If you plan to clean, use a wa

Cleanning no clean residu

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 19 11:51:25 EDT 2007 | rgduval

By definition, no clean solder can be not-cleaned. The solder/flux are formulated to result in low ionic-contamination, hence, no cleaning. I have, however, always had at least one customer that requests their no-clean solder get cleaned. No-clean

Cleanning no clean residu

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 19 13:57:17 EDT 2007 | Michael Konrad

Hi Rob, I must take issue with your statement �By definition, no clean solder can be not-cleaned�. All no-clean fluxes can be cleaned. Whether or not one cleans no-clean depends on a variety of factors. More than eighty percent of all post reflow

Cleanning no clean residu

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 22 08:54:27 EDT 2007 | rgduval

Michael, You're right, of course. A major mis-type on my end. What I meant to say is that no-clean fluxes are designed to not _require_ cleaning to meet industry cleanliness standards. Cheers ..rob

Cleanning no clean residu

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 19 10:49:48 EDT 2007 | brulal1

Hi I will like to know what do you think about cleaning hand solder, my employee spend about 25% of they time to brush they hand solder with teddy pen cleaner, we used no clean solder wire. It�s not been the first time that I try to eliminate those c

Cleanning no clean residu

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 19 13:04:14 EDT 2007 | brulal1

Thank Rob those are our own product, try few test by not clean some PCB never had any issue except on compoment under faraday cage. Did you know any norm that could persuade my boss and the R&D department that cleanning no clean is a waste of time. T

Cleanning no clean residu

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 26 07:41:26 EDT 2007 | bbl

We recently changed to an Amtech no clean paste and flux that is washable. So far excellent results. Far superior to the water soluable paste we were using. Fewer solder balls, longer life in printer, boards can be left up to 5 days and still come

Re: no clean rework

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 10 03:13:30 EDT 1999 | Dreamsniper

hello to everybody, we have a really satisfactory no clean process, both smt/reflow and wave soldering, but we get troubles with defects rework; does anybody know how to eliminate flux residues or how not to produce them during rework operatio

Cleanning no clean residu

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 22 11:47:59 EDT 2007 | brulal1

Thank you guys for your help, I do not clean any on my assemblies who are build by the SMT an wave soldering department, we do used liquid fluxes Kester 951 and cored wire keester 245, usually it�s for batteries connector, led, terminal and wire rap

no clean rework

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 09 10:10:29 EDT 1999 | Gian.D

hello to everybody, we have a really satisfactory no clean process, both smt/reflow and wave soldering, but we get troubles with defects rework; does anybody know how to eliminate flux residues or how not to produce them during rework operations? Th

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