Free LED Cleaning and Reliability Webinar Hosted by ZESTRON Academy


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Zestron will host the LED Cleaning and Reliability” webinar on Thursday, September 27, from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. EDT. This is the seventh installment of the Zestron Academy 2018 Cleaning Webinar Series, and will be presented by Senior Application Engineer, Ravi Parthasarathy, M.S.Ch.E.

LEDs are widely used within modern PCBs in high power, automotive and lighting applications. Removing flux residues post soldering is critical in order to maintain functionality. This webinar reviews LED failure mechanisms such as corrosion, electrochemical migration and signal leakage. Customer case studies addressing LED cleaning applications will also be presented.

“We invite both new and experienced industry members to attend this free webinar as we’ll review types of LED packages, reasons for cleaning LEDs and types of failure mechanisms” said Sal Sparacino, sales and marketing manager, Zestron Americas.

About Zestron

Headquartered in Manassas, Virginia, and operating in more than 35 countries, ZESTRON is the globally leading provider of high precision cleaning products, services and training solutions for the electronics manufacturing industry. With eight worldwide technical centers and the largest team of engineers focused on high precision cleaning, Zestron’s commitment to ensuring that its customers surpass even the most stringent cleaning requirements is without equal.

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