The short video is available for viewing and/or downloading at http://www.aqueoustech.com. The presentation focuses on system operation, by visually demonstrating system operation such as setting up a test, viewing test results, system calibration and machine settings. Also, by removing the language barrier, the video allows visitors from all over the world to view.
“The Zero-Ion G3 video presentation and all of the video presentations on ‘Aqueous University’ have been very successful. Video presentations allow interested parties to see how a machine operates. Our video presentations provide the viewer with an in-depth understanding of how a products works and how it could integrate into their specific environment. Very little is lost in translation,” said President Michael Konrad.
The Zero-Ion is designed to test electronics assemblies for ionic contamination. It automatically removes and detects contamination on an electrical assembly or bare board and provides quantitative contamination measurements. The Zero-Ion uses a dynamic technology that provides automatic regeneration of the machine’s test solution, maintaining a high degree of test solution sensitivity. The Zero-Ion meets the requirements of military and commercial cleanliness testing standards including MIL 2000A, IPC test method 001, MIL-C-28809, MIL-P-55110 and IPC TM650-2.3.26.
The Zero-Ion has been reviewed by the U.S. Naval Air Weapons Center and determined to be the most sensitive ionic contamination tester available. The Zero-Ion also has been determined to be 3.7 times more sensitive than the manual resistivity of solvent extract (R.O.S.E.) test. The Zero-Ion performs cleanliness tests automatically and features a Windows PC-Based control platform with a 24” LDC interface.