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Wave Solder Pallet Cleaning

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#55626

Wave Solder Pallet Cleaning | 22 July, 2008

Is there any place where one can send pallets out for subcontracting?

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#55628

Wave Solder Pallet Cleaning | 22 July, 2008

Not sure about pallets, but contacts for cleaning contractors are: * Petroferm Contract Services [www.partscleaned.com] Franklin, Ky * Aqueous Technologies [www.aqueoustech.com] Rancho Cucamonga, CA * FinePoint Precision Cleaning [www.finepointinc.com] Kokomo, IN * Austin American Technology [www.aat-corp.com] Austin, TX * PTI Industries [www.ptiwebsite.com 800-318-8438] Enfield, CT

Permali makes Durostone. Here's what they say about cleaning their material: <a class=roll href="http://www.permali.com/pallets/PDF/Tech21.pdf" target="_blank">http://www.permali.com/pallets/PDF/Tech21.pdf </a>

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#55631

Wave Solder Pallet Cleaning | 22 July, 2008

Thanks much, DaveF! This is what I needed.

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#55689

Wave Solder Pallet Cleaning | 25 July, 2008

Listen, fancy places and spending lots of money will never replace a good wave profile and a good scrubbing from the garden hose. Get you'r e act together and you need mininimal cleaning of the pallets. Then theywill just clean up well with a little elbow grease. but thats a grease most people are alergic to these days!

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#55774

Wave Solder Pallet Cleaning | 31 July, 2008

Rather than rely on either an expensive sub-contract cleaner or 'elbow grease' try somewhere in the middle. But a standard dish washer, we did and it works perfectly.

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