DI-water vs Chemistry - Online Webinar

Category

Online Events

Date:

Thu, October 25, 2018

Admission:

free

Description:

Increased densities, reduced component sizes and standoff heights as well as a large variety of component packages combine to limit the effectiveness of cleaning with DI-water. This webinar addresses cleaning agent alternatives to pure DI-water processes that will produce the required cleanliness levels and thereby guarantee the long-term reliability of assemblies.


2018 Cleaning Webinar Series

ZESTRON Academy is pleased to invite production operators, managers and process engineers to participate in our FREE 2018 Cleaning Webinar Series. All webinars begin at 1:30 PM EDT, with a 45 minute presentation and 15 minute Q&A.

Url:

www.zestron.com/us/academy/cleaning-webinars.html

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