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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 | 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

Water wash flux and cleaning

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 09:47:23 EDT 2017 | georgetruitt

You have a lot to think about! What does the flux manufacturer recommend as far as specifics like water temp or pressure? Do they recommend high temp di-water a detergent or saponifier? Do you currently have a cleaning machine, batch cleaner or inl

Tin wash

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 10 05:58:59 EST 2009 | gregoryyork

Best to use Tin treated with TinP Additive. This ensures the Tin is fluid enough to Dissolve any Leaded residues. Run the machine for one hour at 275C then take out wave former and as much of the workings of the pot as possible. Then start bailing ou

Water wash flux and cleaning

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 20 07:26:45 EDT 2017 | emeto

Thank you for the detailed input. That gave me material to think on.

Water wash flux and cleaning

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 07:59:01 EDT 2017 | emeto

Hello, I am planning to use a water wash flux. As this is new to me, would you guys share what should I be aware of? I know cleaning PCBs itself presents issues. If you can share your experience so I can prepare better, it would be great.

Foam in the wash

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 14 16:52:08 EDT 2007 | joeherz

Brian, We've see foaming issues with our wave flux occasionally when running large slugs of product through the wash. We love the wave flux and changing it was not an option. Our process parameters for the wash machine we're derived via a validati

Foam in the wash

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 13 12:19:25 EDT 2007 | allwave

Brian, We had similar problem in our inline wash machine time ago. We checked everythin on equipment (filters, DI water purity, sprayers angle, etc). To make the long story short, we found out that the problem was caused by a new solder paste. This s

Closed loop wash

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 29 11:06:47 EST 2012 | davef

Approaches to getting started are: * Most batch cleaning equipment suppliers provide both open and closed loop options on their machines. Talk to them about upgrading your machine. * There are companies that specialize in supplying closed loop system

Samsung pick and place machines

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 27 15:34:48 EDT 2000 | Craig

Does anybody know much about or had any experience with Samsung pick and place machines, in particular the CP45FV, CP40L and LV. They seem a cheaper option, but apart from the agents we cant find anyone with much to say about them.

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