Electronics Forum | Fri May 17 08:43:46 EDT 2013 | fredcalkins
If you have Flexhead nozzles you need to be careful that whatever solvent you use does not attack the gasket adhesive. I might try a couple of drops of a spray like WD-40 or LPS. Let it soak for a few minutes and blow it out with compressed air. Repe
Electronics Forum | Tue May 21 10:20:09 EDT 2013 | swag
We've been using S100 total cycle cleaner for years - diluted in ultrasonic bath for about 10 minutes. Blow dry with medium psi nozzle. Works great.
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 05 10:14:41 EDT 2017 | swag
Try a fid teach on your changers. I don't recall how to do it but you'll find it pretty easy if you surf around. Also, the seals on the nozzles must be good and soft. If you can still get them new, I'd replace. Same goes for seals in changers. C
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 11 01:44:16 EST 2020 | SMTA-Deepak
Need to know technically which nozzle cleaner is suitable Ultrasonic or Jet Spray nozzle cleaner ? Thanking you in advance .
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 28 21:24:21 EST 2006 | firstname.lastname@example.org
What is anyone using to clean Siemens ceramic > nozzles. Siemens recommends a 20% ethanoic > solution or a 20% acidic solution but they can't > tell me anyone who manufactures this type of > cleaning solution. I was using alcohol but was > told
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 30 11:39:58 EST 2004 | fcox
You should start by determining what adhesive is being used in the nozzle. Once you know that, finding a chemical that will work should be a lot easier.
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 30 13:09:25 EST 2004 | russ
Siemens really can't tell you what to use for this? That sounds odd, they have never cleaned any of their own nozzles? With support like that (can't cover the simplest things like maintenance) I will ensure that I don't ever consider this company f
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 30 08:47:02 EST 2004 | Tarheel
What is anyone using to clean Siemens ceramic nozzles. Siemens recommends a 20% ethanoic solution or a 20% acidic solution but they can't tell me anyone who manufactures this type of cleaning solution. I was using alcohol but was told not to because
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 01 06:24:40 EST 2004 | Tarheel
I'm pretty sure someone at Siemens can tell me, I just haven't found the right person yet. I've been asking field tech's but those guys never have to clean nozzles so they don't know. I'll forward my question to their main office. I just thought some
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 01 09:13:05 EST 2004 | stefwitt
As far I know, Siemens has a patent for the joining method of the plastic nozzle and the ceramic tip. It is not glued together. Unless you use an acid dissolving the plastic, you may use any cleaning method and the nozzle shouldn�t come apart. Howeve