Aqueous Technologies announces that CEO Michael Konrad will present at the upcoming SMTA Capital Chapter meeting. The event is scheduled to take place Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at the Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, MD. Konrad will present, “Electrical Leakage, Dendritic Growth and White Residue...The Rush to Clean No-Clean.”
Mike will review the major causes of residue-related failures including dendritic growth, electrical leakage, and under-coating adhesion failures. Why we clean and what we are removing, and how clean is clean will be presented. A cleaning equipment “roadmap” will be presented and will review various cleaning processes, modern equipment requirements and environmental considerations. Additionally, a review of conventional and nonconventional cleanliness testing techniques will be presented as well as a review of the common question, “How Clean Is Clean?”
Michael Konrad is an SMT Advisory Board member and President of Aqueous Technologies. Konrad was a member of IPC’s Stencil Cleaning Task Group, contributing to the IPC-7526 Stencil and Misprinted Board Cleaning Handbook and IPC 5-31Cleaning Handbook.
For more information about Aqueous Technologies, visit www.aqueoustech.com.
Founded in 1992 and headquartered in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, Aqueous Technologies Corporation is North America's leading manufacturer of aqueous cleaning systems. Aqueous Technologies manufactures batch-format aqueous cleaning/defluxing systems. Aqueous Technologies also manufactures ultrasonic stencil cleaning systems, PCB and stencil cleaning chemistries and the Zero-Ion ionic contamination (cleanliness) tester. Aqueous Technologies’ products have won more than 40 industry awards. Visit the company on the Web at www.aqueoustech.com.