Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 08 09:53:11 EST 2006 | mike
i'm looking for a small pcb wash for populated pcbs. If anybody has any info on one please email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org I'm located in New Hampshire
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 13 12:17:32 EST 2006 | davef
Se�or Tech Put a penny in your water wash tank that uses DI water. It will disappear in a couple of weeks.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 09 10:06:41 EST 2006 | davef
Search the fine SMTnet Archives on batch clean*
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 10 07:54:56 EST 2006 | cyber_wolf
Dave, Are you talking about electrolysis ? I thought D.I. water prevented this reaction ?
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 08 12:07:53 EST 2006 | cyber_wolf
Not to be funny, but can't you use a dishwasher ? They are cheap. The only worry there may be water spots, but if you blow your boards dry with an air hose I think they will be OK.
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 08 12:41:09 EST 2006 | slthomas
The secondary (primary to some) concerns are what you put into the waste stream and how you treat it, and what the chemistry of your residues does to the seals on your machine.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 09 21:57:25 EST 2006 | davef
Se�or Tech If you want clean board using a dish waher, you must run deionized water. If you run DI water through a dishwasher, it will cut through those flimsy pipes like fire driven by Sana Anna Winds through dry brush.
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 13 13:34:53 EST 2006 | pjc
Look for the following machines: Aqueous Technologies ECD EMC Austin American The above mfrs. make "industrial" grade dishwashers for assembled PCB de-fluxing. Search any of those names followed by "..... batch cleaner", and your search engine will
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 10 09:28:54 EST 2006 | stepheniii
Water is known as the universal solvent for a reason. Not because it's a powerfull solvent but because it has hydrogen bonding and is bi-polar. I think it's the polar nature of H20 that makes it disolve ions. D.I. water will pick up ions where it c
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 09 10:29:37 EST 2006 | stepheniii
I worked at one place where they had a dishwasher. They had stopped using it by the time I got there. But if they had kept using it I would have gotten a clean glass and put it in to see how clean it came out. I think after a while with only one tan