More than Monitoring; Controlling Multi-Phase Cleaning AgentsAuthors: Ram Wissel, Haley Jones, David Lober and Jonathan Afugu
Company: Kyzen Corporation and MTSU
Date Published: 9/28/2014 Conference: SMTA International
Assemblers must know that the wash bath is within control limits. Controlling the wash bath requires the ability to monitor the chemistry/water ratio, adjust for build-up and depletions, as well as predict when the wash bath is depleted. Real time monitoring is relatively straightforward; however, monitoring and controlling a wash bath is a highly complex achievement. The purpose of this research is to present advanced technology for monitoring, controlling and measuring contamination levels. The goal of this technology is to provide the assembler with real time data for controlling the cleaning process.
Electronic assembly defluxing, Concentration measurement, Soil loading, Differential density, Sonic velocity, Refractive index, Flux cleaning
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