The short video is available for viewing and/or downloading at http://www.aqueoustech.com. The presentation focuses on the need for the Trident and provides a brief tour of the facility where the system is built. Also, by removing the language barrier, the video allows visitors from all over the world to view.
“Our recent addition of ‘Aqueous University’ to our website has been very successful. The addition of video presentations has helped to make Aqueous University a frequently visited site,” said President Michael Konrad.
The miniaturization of electronics assemblies and their components, implementation of lead-free alloys, combined with improved quality standards and higher reliability expectations have culminated to form a growing demand for ionicly clean electronic circuits.
The Trident performs real-time cleanliness testing, provides thorough drying, and removes all flux types from any alloy. Additionally, the system doses and mixes the required chemicals, provides detailed SBC records, and more throughput capabilities than most inline models.
The Trident offers several defluxing configurations designed to provide complete compatibility with all defluxing requirements. Trident’s defluxing process consists of up to five cycles including prewash, wash, rinse, cleanliness testing and drying. The system’s specific throughput rate is determined by board size, and is capable of defluxing and cleanliness testing up to 200 4 x 6" (101 x 152 mm) boards and up to 28 18 x 20" (457 x 508 mm) boards per hour.