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To clean or not to Clean??

Electronics Forum | Sat May 29 16:04:49 EDT 1999 | M Cox

I have always thought it to be a good practice to wash SMA's with water soluble paste (WS609) soon after reflow. Is there a time limit as to how long a board should sit after reflow before washing said board? For instance; processing a double-sided

Re: To clean or not to Clean??

Electronics Forum | Mon May 31 21:50:59 EDT 1999 | Dave F

I have always thought it to be a good practice to wash SMA's with water soluble paste (WS609) soon after reflow. Is there a time limit as to how long a board should sit after reflow before washing said board? For instance; processing a double-

Re: To clean or not to Clean??

Electronics Forum | Mon May 31 15:09:56 EDT 1999 | JohnW

I have always thought it to be a good practice to wash SMA's with water soluble paste (WS609) soon after reflow. Is there a time limit as to how long a board should sit after reflow before washing said board? For instance; processi

Re: To clean or not to Clean??

Electronics Forum | Mon May 31 15:10:14 EDT 1999 | JohnW

I have always thought it to be a good practice to wash SMA's with water soluble paste (WS609) soon after reflow. Is there a time limit as to how long a board should sit after reflow before washing said board? For instance; processi

Re: To clean or not to Clean??

Electronics Forum | Sun May 30 18:52:35 EDT 1999 | Graham Naisbitt

I have always thought it to be a good practice to wash SMA's with water soluble paste (WS609) soon after reflow. Is there a time limit as to how long a board should sit after reflow before washing said board? For instance; processing a

Re: To clean or not to Clean??

Electronics Forum | Sat May 29 16:56:26 EDT 1999 | Jeff Sanchez

I have always thought it to be a good practice to wash SMA's with water soluble paste (WS609) soon after reflow. Is there a time limit as to how long a board should sit after reflow before washing said board? For instance; processing a double-

Re: To clean or not to Clean??

Electronics Forum | Sun May 30 10:15:34 EDT 1999 | Vic Lau

I have always thought it to be a good practice to wash SMA's with water soluble paste (WS609) soon after reflow. Is there a time limit as to how long a board should sit after reflow before washing said board? For instance; processing a dou

To lubricate feeders or not to lubricate feeders?

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 06 09:24:15 EST 2006 | cyber_wolf

I take it you are talking about the older style IP feeders. If so, here is what you need to do..... Get yourself some mineral spirits,a tub you can submerse the parts in, and a couple nice paint brushes. 1.Dismantle the feeder and wash all of the

Batch cleaner not getting PCBs clean and dry

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 08 12:39:39 EST 2016 | deanm

We have a name brand aqueous batch cleaner that uses a chemical and DI water to clean ROL0 flux from our PCBs. It does ok most of the time for SMT boards and we want to include through hole assemblies as well which should be a better cleaning process

Why is NC the prefer process for BGA mounting? why not WS?

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 21 21:39:19 EDT 2001 | davef

1) why is No-clean (NC) the preferred process, for BGA mounting by SMT? Probably the same reason NC is the preferred process for mounting non-area array SMT components. 2) why is water-soluble (WS) not a hot choice? There�s not reason not to use

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