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What solvent can I use to thin this conformal coating?
Turbo-Coat Thinner (part #2110) can be used as a thinning agent. next...
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What solvent can I use to thin this conformal coating?
Heptane can be used as a thinning agent. Make sure it is anhydrous, so contains as little moisture as possible. next...
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What solvent can I use to thin this conformal coating?
Acetone can be used as a thinning agent. Make sure it is anhydrous, so contains as little moisture as possible. next...
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What solvent can I use to thin this conformal coating?
Toluene can be used as a thinning agent. Make sure it is anhydrous, so contains as little moisture as possible. next...
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What solvent can I use to thin this conformal coating?
Toluene or acetone can be used as a thinning agent. Make sure it is anhydrous, so contains as little moisture as possible. next...
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What Is the Best Cleaning Solvent for an Ultrasonic Process?
If the chemistry is a good solvency match to the soil, less sonic agitation will be needed. This allows you to run your cleaning process more quickly, at lower temperature, and lower amplitude, decreasing next...
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How Do You Maximize Cleaning Performance with Ultrasonic Equipment?
Several adjustments can be made to increase the cleaning performance of your ultrasonic process: 1) Frequency – This is the number of waves in a second, so how “tight” the wave form is. next...
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How Does Ultrasonic Equipment Work?
An ultrasonic cleaning process utilizes equipment to transmit ultrasound waves, generally between 20-40 kHZ. The transducers send those sound waves through the liquid cleaner, which acts as a transfer next...
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Which wipe is best with aggressive solvents?
Solvent compatibility is another factor to consider when choosing a wipe. If the wipe is to be used with a solvent in the cleaning application, then the wipe must be selected with the solvent in mind. next...
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What wipe is best for rough surfaces?
Any wipe will produce particulates depending on the amount of abrasion it receives in use, so abrasion resistance should be considered. Wipes usually release the most particulates from their edges, so next...
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