is an essential process within electronics
manufacture and has been used for many years to remove
potentially harmful contaminants during PCB manufacture.
Such contaminants include flux, solder and adhesive
residues, and other more general contaminants such as dust
and debris present from other manufacturing processes.
The purpose of cleaning, specifically within the rapidly
expanding electronics industry, is to essentially improve
product lifetime by ensuring good surface resistance
and by preventing current leakage leading to PCB
failure. This developing market sees modern and
future electronics becoming smaller and smaller and
the requirement for high performance and reliability is
stronger than ever. In order to achieve good insulation
resistance and ensure adequate adhesion of conformal
coatings and encapsulation resins, the cleanliness of the
electronic assemblies is essential.
- Flux Removal
- Metal Degreasing
- Flammable & Non-flammable
- Bulk & Aerosol
- Water & Solvent Based