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Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 11 11:35:17 EST 2022 | spoiltforchoice


de-ionized water

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 05 10:14:29 EDT 2007 | cwright

Question: What is the standard for de-ionized water in smt field if any at all. Would it be more cost effect to buy an de-ionizer then to buy the water? If so can you point me in the right direction. Thank-You

de-ionized water

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 05 10:49:31 EDT 2007 | realchunks

Hi WRIGHT, When you the standard, I assume you are talking about what kind of set-ups. If so, then RDR is right. Contact a supplier. Most sell the water and also units that can make D.I. water. It depends on your need and size of your cleaner.

de-ionized water

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 05 10:24:46 EDT 2007 | russ

De ionized is de-ionized. Contact your local water supplier such as culligan or whoever. They can give you the rundown on leasing or buying tanks, etc... Your cleaner will have to have some type of provision for adding external filtration/deioniza

de-ionized water

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 05 22:59:18 EDT 2007 | davef

There is no standard. Companies select a lower control limit based on the desired cleanliness. Guidelines to consider are: * With fresh resin beds, expect get 17.5 mohm-cm water into the final rinse and then it decreases from there. * Semiconducto

DI water

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 30 13:40:30 EST 1999 | dennis warner

We've been using a newly installed DI re-circulating system. It's been a big headache. Mostly understanding what causes our resistivity to be unpredictable. I think I've got a handle on that part now. The system consists of a Carbon,HMR(chealet),Cati

Aqueous cleaner water disposal

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 27 13:52:24 EDT 2002 | Mike Konrad

MK, In most cases, if the machine is completely closed-looped (prewash, wash, prerinse, rinse, final rinse etc), then the water should not require changing. As with most inline cleaners, there should be a considerable amount of water loss in the cl

water soluble marking pen

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 09:52:44 EST 2001 | dennis

Hello! I need some help! Does anyone know marking pen that is water soluble? I want to wash off marker in a cleaning machine using only hot water. I tried many different type of water soluble marking pen, but it did not come off easily.

DI water testing?

Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 25 00:26:22 EDT 2007 | aqueous

Dave, First of all, distilled water is not DI water. It is not the same thing. If you require DI water, you should know what quality is expected for your application. For example, for defluxing applications, generally DI water quality exceeding

water soluble marking pen

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 21 13:37:53 EST 2001 | Scott

Crayola makes a water soluable marker. (Walmart)

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