Category:PCB PCB Cleaning

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When cleaning assemblies (PCB cleaning, PCBA cleaning), the primary goal is to remove resin and flux residues from populated boards and hybrids as well as production related residues created by handling. It is recommended not to clean Circuit Boards (PCB) manually with a cleaning brush as this can damage the components.

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How to Clean PCBs after Surface Mount Soldering

Whenever electronics products go through soldering, flux or other types of contaminants are always left on the surface of PCBs (Printed Circuit Boards) even if halogen-free no cleaning flux is applied...(view more)

alain.lecours
2019/1/15 18:33:09
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How to Clean PCBs

Cleaning a PCB is as delicate a process as is making the board. Connections can be damaged, components loosened and materials compromised under wrong cleaning method. To avoid these pitfalls, you need...(view more)

Julian
2017/6/16 9:55:45
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How to clean a pcb board?

Over time, dust inevitably builds up inside my computer directly on the circuitry. I can't ignore it because it can lead to overheating. Sometimes, however, I will need to open it up for direct cleani...(view more)

Anders Appelgren
2017/6/12 10:24:15
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VMU Board dimensions

I am designing a range of electronics packaging. Can anyone tell me where to find the dimensions of a VMU "C" sized circuit board?(view more)

javierdiazespana
2017/5/6 4:07:52
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Cleaning a No Clean

We have a customer whom we have built boards for. They want a "cleaner no clean look". The process uses a no clean Kester 256 SN63 solder paste. After reflow the "residue" noted by the client is...(view more)

ilmandorlone
2017/2/28 18:06:37
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PCB Assy Cleaning

We have a customer inquiry that requires PCB assemblies to be cleaned to J-STD-001 / -004 class 3. We use both water based and no clean process chemistry. No clean flux residues are not permitted and ...(view more)

ozkan
2017/2/27 22:07:23
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procedure to define programmable IC marking

hi All, Anyone can advise or share procedure to mark programmable IC?(view more)

juan
2017/2/27 21:33:17
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PCB Washing No Clean

My company is currently looking for a closed loop system that we could use for batch washing of PCBs. We primary use no clean flux and are looking for a system that we can use to clean the residue? Mo...(view more)

Igor
2017/2/27 17:48:36
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PCBA Cleaning rags

We are looking for lint free rags to clean our circuit boards with. We use these when processing no-clean flux the operators will use a de-fluxer apply it to a rag and use a brush along with the rag t...(view more)

Juan Pablo Vales
2017/2/27 17:41:35
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Cleaning under and through tight spaces

A question for you all! Back in the good old days, we didn't always know how clean was clean. Much has changed. Much hasn't. My question concerns cleaning under, through, and around tight ...(view more)

p_harris1234
2017/2/27 5:53:29

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