Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 03 13:07:35 EDT 2009 | markhoch
Can one of you fine people provide me any history on Westek or Westkleen Batch Cleaners? Does anyone know if either of these companies are still in business? Are they, or were they, the same company? Is anyone still using their cleaners? If so, what
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 03 19:13:54 EDT 2009 | aqueous
Trek Industries was purchased by Stoelting a few years ago. Even on Stoelting's web site, its hard to find the Trek cleaners as they seemed to bury them. Here is a link to the section of Stoelting's website that contains Trek cleaners. http://www.
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 05 18:19:39 EST 2012 | cnotebaert
You should talk to your paste/flux manufacture! They will provide the best instruction for this. The norm is typically 130-145f, speed 2-4f/m I always push for slower… the slower the cleaner/drier (in theory!), if you have an ICOM, Omega meter, ionog
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 05 23:34:32 EST 2012 | aqueous
Typical conveyor speeds on leaded alloys and OA flux is 2 FPM. Typical conveyor speeds on lead-free alloys and OS flux is 0.5 FPM. Temperature should be 140 F. Most polypropylene inlines cleaners should not exceed 140 F. -Mike Konrad Aqueous Technol
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 22 13:29:29 EDT 1999 | Deon Nungaray
We're a CM doing low volume/high mix and are considering buying from one of the two big names, TR** or Sp*******/El*********. We need saponified wash for some of our no-clean over wave; the great majority is OA from our SMT lines. Any thoughts?