Category Archives: PCB Cleaning Machine

PCB cleaning machine

PCB Electronic Component Oil & Dust Steam Cleaning

Electronic product(like hydraulic equipment and other electric machine,etc)/component(like motor)/ parts(like PCB control board) oil, dust dirty cleaning by steam. As steam is very dry, thus it can be applied for cleaning of electronics. By high temperature thermal decomposition, steam can have wonderful cleaning effect even without assistance of chemicals, and no residual. It is an […]

PCB tin slag cleaning machine

This is an auto insertion machine for PCB assembly from Southern Machinery in China, very efficient and reliable but low cost. We designed and manufactured auto insertion machine,SMT equipment, and providing spare parts support . We provide totally solution for LED lighting SMT PCB assembly. Worldwide Installation and on site support. Factory (machine and lighting […]

CLEANING AND WASHING PCB SERVICE

EIM COATECH HASIVIM 18 ST’ PETCH TIKVA, ISRAEL 03-9208200/250 EIM COATECH, specializes cleaning / washing processes and removing existing coating of printed circuits and electronic components. The technological capabilities at EIM COATECH, combined with the knowledge and experience, provides services which include removing: existing coating, oil and tin residue, melting the solder pastes, and any […]

Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Sprayer Machine – Instructions

http://inventionfactory.blogspot.com/ Instructions to build can be found at http://instructables.com/member/crreed This video outlines how to operate the machine. Procedure For Running PCB Machine 1) Check all tubing and connections for any leaks, ruptures or loose connections. 2) Insert water hose into quick connect. 3) Insert drain tube into drain line and place other end into bucket […]

Washing PCB assemblies using a controlled process

If your PCB assemblies will be conformal coated, you should ask your contract manufacturer about no-clean vs. water-soluble flux, and their controlled processes for board cleaning to ensure long-term reliability. source