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Inline aqueous cleaning equipment

#2541

Inline aqueous cleaning equipment | 6 November, 2000

Hi all,

I am trying to find websites for inline aqueous cleaning equipment. I have found Trek, Austin America, Electrovert, and Aqueous Technologies. I can't seem to find any others. If anyone knows urls for others I would appreciate it. And yes I checked the diectory listings and received 0 hits. Also if anyone has any recommendations on what equipment they like and why I would be thankful.

James

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CAL

#2542

Re: Inline aqueous cleaning equipment | 7 November, 2000

Technical Devices www.technicaldev.com

Cal

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Marty Wetzel

#2543

Re: Inline aqueous cleaning equipment | 7 November, 2000

EMC Global Technologies www.emcgti.com

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Robert

#5132

Inline aqueous cleaning equipment | 3 February, 2001

James, if you want to get a circuit board wet, then any cleaner will do. Tighter componentry and BGAs are different. Even if you submerge a BGA, the surface underneath it will not be effected. Thus you need to force the chemistry mechanically under these parts. I suggest you look for a cleaner that delivers a combination of sufficient flow and Hi Pressure.

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#5134

Inline aqueous cleaning equipment | 5 February, 2001

I searched SMTnet using the top search box with "companies" in the dropdown and got 17 results. Here are a few:

Petroferm, who is a SMTnet sponspor, Aqueous Technologies Corporation, Kyzen Corporation, Technical Devices Company, Impell Purification Technologies, ZESTRON Corporation

I hope this helps!

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#5153

Inline aqueous cleaning equipment | 6 February, 2001

www.stoelting.com

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