Webinar on Cleaning Circuit Assemblies


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As more and more assemblers consider post-reflow cleaning of circuit assemblies, many are presented with numerous cleaning questions. In line with this, Aqueous Technologies will kick off its 2018 Tech Tuesday Webinar series with “A Beginner’s Guide to Cleaning Circuit Assemblies.”

This webinar is designed to “begin at the beginning.” Several cleaning related topics will be reviewed including the reasons for cleaning, contamination related failure mechanisms, cleaning methods and costs, and cleaning best practices for 2018.

The one-hour technical webinar, to be held January 9, 2018, from 8:00am to 9:00am, will be presented live by Mike Konrad, an SMTA "Distinguished Speaker," and is offered free of charge.

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