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Kennyv

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Chemistry for CyberClean | 28 July, 1999

I have just purchased an EMC CyberClean Series 1000 stencil cleaner(jet spray non-rinsing system). I will be using it to clean misprints, stencils, and residues off of completed prototype assemblies. We are strictly a no-clean process and was looking for any input on some chemistries that will work well with this system.

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Re: Chemistry for CyberClean | 28 July, 1999

I would recommend Zestron's Vigon SC200. It does not require a rinse as long as you cleaner is equipped with a wash solution filter to filter out the solids.

Zestron # is (888) 999-9116. The toll-free # is frequently busy� If so, try (703) 589-1198.

Good Luck

Mike

| I have just purchased an EMC CyberClean Series 1000 stencil cleaner(jet spray non-rinsing system). I will be using it to clean misprints, stencils, and residues off of completed prototype assemblies. We are strictly a no-clean process and was looking for any input on some chemistries that will work well with this system. |

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