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Small Product Changes Can Lead to Big Problems
By Barbara and Ed Kanegsberg, BFK Solutions LLC, guest contributors The manufacturer does vapor deposition. Coating was successful – except when it wasn’t. The manufacturer wanted consistently next...
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Choosing The Best Cleaning Process for Your Needs – An Overview
This is a multi-part series covering the best practices of establishing a new cleaning process. These are written by Pierce Pillon, Techspray’s Field Engineer. Contact us if you want Pierce’s next...
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How to Clean Flux From Under Low Stand-Off QFN Components
Because of the low stand-off of QFN components (around ½-1 mil) common on printed circuit boards (PCB), it is very difficult to get enough contact time with a cleaner to break through the flux next...
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Cleaning Electronics with Isopropyl Alcohol
Chemicals are found throughout the electronic assembly and repair process, but no solvent is more common than isopropyl alcohol. It is universally used for cleaning and as a main constituent of fluxes, next...
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Optimizing the Vapor Degreasing Process
Vapor degreasers use a closed-loop system that works very reliably and efficiently as long as it is set-up correctly. If not, you can experience solvent loss, equipment corrosion, loss of cleaning performance, next...
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Trans: the Cleaning Workhorse
Trans-1, 2 - Dichloroethylene, commonly called “trans”, is an important solvent cleaning workhorse because it has high solvency, is reasonably priced, and can easily be formulated into nonflammable next...
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Critical Cleaning is Lean
By Barbara and Ed Kanegsberg, BFK Solutions LLC, guest contributors According to the gospel of Lean Manufacturing, if a company is not lean, it cannot be competitive. The business will fail; workers will next...
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Key Operational Checks When Setting Up A New Vapor Degreaser
Vapor degreasers use a closed-loop system that works very reliably and efficiently as long as it is set-up correctly. If not, you can experience solvent loss, equipment corrosion, loss of cleaning performance, next...
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How Heat Sink Compound Keeps Electronics Cool
What is heat sink compound? Heat sink compound (also called thermal grease, thermal compound, CPU grease, heat paste, heat sink paste, and thermal interface material) is a sticky paste that's used next...
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New Limited Quantity Symbol on Product Cartons
Through 2019, we will be changing the markings of some of our product cartons from “ORM-D” to the Limited Quantity symbol. This is to bring us up-to-date with the latest shipping requirements. next...
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