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PCB Cleaning: Applications, Analytics and Solutions

by: May 04,2014 596 Views 0 Comments Posted in News

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Umut Tosun and Ravi Parthasarathy to Present "PCB Cleaning: Applications, Analytics and Solutions" in SMTA May Webtorial

Is pleased to announce that Umut Tosun, M.S.Ch.E, Application Technology Manager, and Ravi Parthasarathy, M.S.Ch.E, Senior Process Engineer, will be featured presenters in a two-part SMTA Webtorial titled "PCB Cleaning: Applications, Analytics and Solutions." The first 90 min. session will take place on Tuesday, May 6th, while Part 2 will be featured on the following week, May 13th. Both sessions will be at 1:00 PM EDT.

What will you learn?
If the reliability of your electronic assemblies is critical, removing impurities from the printed circuit board surface as well as underneath the components is necessary. This is truer today than ever for a variety of reasons including the change from eutectic to lead-free soldering process, climatic influence on PCB reliability and cleanliness requirements for bonding and conformal coating processes. These issues will be reviewed in-depth providing the background for a detailed discussion of electronic assembly cleaning processes.

Part 1, presented by Umut Tosun, will include: Reasons for PCB Cleaning, Eutectic to Lead-free Process, Climatic Reliability, Coating, Bonding, Cleaning Agents, Cleaning Equipment, and Surface Analytics.

Part 2, presented by Ravi Parthasarathy, will include: Defluxing in a No-clean and OA World, Difficult to Clean Parts and Solutions, Material Compatibility, and multiple case studies.

Both webtorial sessions will conclude with a Q & A session for all attendees.

Who should attend?
This webinar is designed for production operators, managers and process engineers that would like to gain a working knowledge of PCB cleaning applications, analytical methods and best practice solutions.

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