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effective liquor for cleaning the residues in reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 13 17:17:57 EDT 2001 | medernach

I use BioAct SC-10 and it seems to work pretty well. The best bet is to contact your solder paste manufacturer and ask them for a recommended cleaning solvent for the flux residues... Regards, Justin

HDMI Connector poor contact

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 11 02:53:44 EDT 2004 | praveren_madaan@jabil.com

Hi Abraham, We are using SC10 solvent from Alpha which is ment for No clean flux residue cleaning. Thanks

Cleaning stencils after printing SMD adhesives

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 10 13:45:23 EDT 2001 | markhoch

We're stencil printing a Loctite 3614 Chipbonder adhesive, and we're using BioAct SC-10 presaturated wipes to clean the stencil after printing, without much luck. Operators are not able to remove all adhesive material left in the aperatures, and aft

Cleaning SMD Adhesives

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 29 15:24:07 EDT 2002 | OhioD

Interesting. From the reaction we got from DEK, I thought we were the only ones with pumpprint woes. We've tried 1 stencil with Bioact SC10, Hydrex SP&WS, Axarel, and Loctite remover on both Heraeus and Loctite glues. Some we spray, some we work-in m

Freshman in SMT industry needing advice

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 04 15:34:55 EST 2004 | adlsmt

I agree with above but would like to add: 1. You may want to try something like Bioact SC-10 wipes to clean your stencils. If what your using works good stick with it. Ultrasonic cleaners are expensive, take up room and my experience has not been go

Freshman in SMT industry needing advice

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 20 08:37:06 EST 2004 | Primus

The BioAct SC-10 wipes work great, but I've noticed some contamination in our solder joints after I began using them on the stencils. After cleaning the paste off the stencil with the wipes, I started spraying the stencil down with isoproponal and bl

Re: Cleaning No Clean Wave Solder Carriers

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 08 10:07:26 EST 1999 | Chrys

I'm in the process of moving from water washable flux to a full no clean process for the wave soldering process, thing's seem to be going well (so far...). The one problem I still have is cleaning the wave solder carrier's to remove the no clean

Re: Cleaning No Clean Wave Solder Carriers

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 18 19:53:58 EST 1999 | Rob F

I'm in the process of moving from water washable flux to a full no clean process for the wave soldering process, thing's seem to be going well (so far...). The one problem I still have is cleaning the wave solder carrier's to remove the no cl

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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