ZESTRON Academy to Host FREE “Should You Clean PCBs?” Webinar


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ZESTRON, the global leading provider of high precision cleaning products, services, and training solutions in the electronics manufacturing and semiconductor industries, is pleased to announce that it will host “Should You Clean PCBs?” on Thursday March 26th, from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM EDT. This is the first installment of the ZESTRON Academy 2020 Cleaning Webinar Series, and will be presented by our industry expert, Umut Tosun, M.S.Ch.E, Application Technology Manager.

Webinar Abstract:

At ZESTRON, we understand that FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION! Successfully removing impurities from a printed circuit board’s surface and underneath its components is critically important to ensuring the reliability of electronic assemblies.  Join ZESTRON Academy in exploring the benefits of fully cleaning PCBs and how potential sources of board failure such as electrochemical migration, leakage currents, and white residues can be mitigated.

For more information or to register for this free webinar visit us online at https://www.zestron.com/us/academy/cleaning-webinars.html.

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