Seika Machinery Offers New Solution for Lead-free Pastes


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Seika Machinery Inc., a provider of advanced machinery, materials and engineering services, has launched the SAWA SC-145GAE Ultrasonic Squeegee Cleaner, a system that offers a new solution for lead-free solder pastes for squeegees as well as other tools such as scrapers, spatulas and misprinted PCBs.

The SAWA Ultrasonic Squeegee Cleaner features easy operation, a synchronous ultrasonic effect, and is compatible with SAWA Fully Automatic. The X- and Y-axis of ultrasonic waves are synthesized in the 13-liter tank, working with the solvent to maximize cleaning ability. Operation is also extremely easy, just place the objects that needed cleaning in the tank, set the timer and just press start. If used with SAWA’s automatic stencil cleaners, there is no need to purchase the generator. 

For more information about Seika’s complete product line, contact Michelle Ogihara at michelle@seikausa.com or visit www.seikausa.com.

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