Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 03 12:23:56 EDT 2020 | dwl
That's an interesting point about ionizers. They say the primary means of transmission is through droplets suspended in air. I wonder if ionizers kill the virus and what the turn over rate is for a room of a given size.
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 03 10:29:29 EDT 2020 | stephendo
Time. The virus does not last a very long time on surfaces. Not sure how long but I read that it does not live long on copper but does last on stainless steel. As far as I know the virus lives as well on gloves as it does on hands. So you still have
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 08 22:57:45 EST 2016 | ttheis
I'm not too experienced with this but what about an air-blast with an ionized air source such as an air knife above and below a conveyor to push most of the fluid off of the pcba then run through an oven just above vaporization temperature.
Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 02 08:55:55 EST 2002 | davef
I'd don't believe that the reels need to be ESD protective material. The carrier and cover tape have resistivity and materials specifications. Start with EIA-481. In past threads on SMTnet, we have discussed problems in picking components that wer