Electronics Forum: ultrasonic screen cleaner (Page 1 of 33)

Stencil cleaner

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 26 13:15:52 EST 2003 | Mike Konrad

The specific answer depends on what your specific application includes. #1: What are you removing? (solder paste, adhesives) #2: What are you cleaning? (stencils, screens, misprints, pallets) #3: What type of machine are you using? (Spray-in

choosing the best table top ultrasonic cleaner

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 15 14:17:00 EDT 2011 | dyoungquist

Check out Zenith Ultrasonics. We have been using one of their table top models to clean our electronic assemblies for several years now.

choosing the best table top ultrasonic cleaner

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 15 11:20:03 EDT 2011 | cobham1

We are in the process of updating our SMT area and I need to clean my boards. In my research I have found out that if I choose the ultra sonic path I need to make sure the cleaner uses a sweep frequency system in order to protect the SMT parts. Can s

looking for cheap and useful solvent for ultrasonic stencil cleaner

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 01 22:59:00 EST 1999 | jackie hsieh

dear all: we use the HCFC,manufactored by 3M,for the ultrasonic stencil cleaner.but it's too expensive to us. I think is it possible to use no-volatility liquid for the ultrasonic stencil cleaner? or other solvent? thank for your help jackie hsieh

Help with Cyberclean 3000 32RF screen cleaner

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 18 10:37:47 EST 2019 | archieb

Hello. My company has a Cyberclean 3000 model 32rf screen cleaner, and we're in need of someone that knows how to get it up and running. We purchased it secondhand from a different company. We have instructions, that don't tell us a whole lot. We thi

Re: Stencil screen cleaners

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 23 15:47:31 EDT 1999 | C.K.

Does anyone have any experiences with EMC stencil screen cleaners or can you recommend a good one? SMarTsonic makes an excellent cleaner. As Bill states, it uses ultrasonics and an EPA approved detergent to wash stencils and boards. However,

Re: Stencil screen cleaners

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 23 15:49:35 EDT 1999 | C.K.

Does anyone have any experiences with EMC stencil screen cleaners or can you recommend a good one? SMarTsonic makes an excellent cleaner. As Bill states, it uses ultrasonics and an EPA approved detergent to wash stencils and boards. However,

Re: Stencil screen cleaners

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 23 16:15:30 EDT 1999 | Bill Schreiber

Dear C.K. I agree. The older style "generic" evaporators are cumbersome. However, you should checkout the new Model EZ-0 Wastewater Evaporator. It is made by Smart Sonic specifically for the SMT industry and addresses all of the maintenance relate

Stencil cleaner

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 26 11:06:27 EST 2003 | slthomas

Always a joy to see a stencil cleaner thread get opened up....lots of varying opinions as to what's needed, best, environmentally sound, etc. We use an ultrasonic batch cleaner that uses a detergent (dilute to 1:10 or 1:20, can't remember), then bo

Disposal of ultrasonic cleaning water

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 24 12:26:33 EDT 2008 | dyoungquist

We are purchasing an ultrasonic cleaner to clean pcb asseblies that have been produced with water soluble flux based solder. After cleaning a batch of assemblies, the water in the cleaner will need to be disposed of. My question is: Do we need to

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