Electronics Assembly Knowledge, Vision & Wisdom
Do I Need to Clean My No-clean Assembly?
Do I Need to Clean My No-clean Assembly?
IPC Manager, Kris Roberson, explains how IPC-CH-65 Guidelines for Cleaning of Printed Boards and Assemblies may change your views.
Production Floor

Authored By:
Kris Roberson
IPC Manager of Assembly Technology
,{url:'http://www.circuitinsight.com/videos/clean_no_clean.mp4'},{url:'http://www.circuitinsight.com/videos/programs_final.mp4'}], clip:{autoBuffering:true, autoPlay:true, scaling:'scale' } }).ipad();
Initially Published in the IPC Proceedings
Submit A Comment

Comments are reviewed prior to posting. Please avoid discussion of pricing or recommendations for specific products. You must include your full name to have your comments posted. We will not post your email address.

Your Name






Please type the number displayed into the box. If you receive an error, you may need to refresh the page and resubmit the information.

Related Programs
bullet Seeking Alternatives to Solvent Cleaning
bullet Incoming Circuit Boards - How Clean Is Clean?
bullet Deionized Water Sample Testing
bullet Selecting Cleaning Processes for Defluxing
bullet How Clean is Clean Enough
bullet Dissolution of Metal Foils in Common Beverages
bullet Can Water be Harmful to Electronics Components?
bullet Can Water Harm Electronic Components?
bullet Results with Benchtop PCB Cleaning
bullet Why Switch From Pure DI-Water to Chemistry
More Related Programs