KYZEN on Stencil Cleaning


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During the show in Munich, Germany, I-Connect007’s technical editor, Pete Starkey, stopped by the KYZEN booth to meet with executive VP, Tom Forsythe. Pete posed the question, "What's new in stencil cleaning?" Tom gave a brief introduction to KYZEN’s new E5631 aqueous-based stencil cleaner stating that it, "Addresses all of the more modern materials." One of the challenges of stencil cleaning is the continual decrease in aperture sizes.

KYZEN subjects their solutions to thousands of hours of laboratory tests and “live” beta site testing scientifically validating consistently reliable, long-term performance advantages.

The productronica show is one of the world’s leading trade fairs for electronics development and production. The productronica trade fair is held on alternating years, at the Messe München in Munich, Germany. The next productronica will be held November 16-19, 2021.

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