Cleaning, Washing, Solvents



These programs cover manual and automated cleaning systems, water and other solvent based cleaning and cleaning solutions.
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Cleanliness Assessment for Class III Lead-Free No-Clean Assemblies
Cleanliness Assessment for Class III Lead-Free No-Clean Assemblies
This study qualifies an aqueous cleaning process capable of removing combinations of no-clean flux residues for Class III electronic assemblies.
Analysis Lab

Is No-Clean the Trend for QFN Components?
Is No-Clean the Trend for QFN Components?
Is there a move to no-clean for QFN components, or will certain technologies have to continue using a traditional cleaning process? The Assembly Brothers, Phil Zarrow and Jim Hall, answer this question and share their own experiences.
Board Talk

Video Analysis of Solder Paste Release from Stencil Printing
Video Analysis of Solder Paste Release from Stencil Printing
Solder paste release from the stencil is a critical factor in print quality. An experiment used a video microscope to capture the separation of the stencil.
Production Floor

Cleaning R.F. Circuits - Aqueous or Vapor?
Cleaning R.F. Circuits - Aqueous or Vapor?
We clean R.F. assemblies by hand but want to switch to an automated process. Which process would be better vapor degreasing or aqueous?
Board Talk

Effect of SMT Component Package Design on Cleaning Effectiveness
Effect of SMT Component Package Design on Cleaning Effectiveness
This paper will discuss the "physics" of liquid entrainment / entrapment / cleaning / rinsing and their effects on component materials.
Production Floor

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