Aqueous Technologies Will Present at the Huntsville Cleaning & Reliability Workshop


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Aqueous Technologies, a manufacturer of fully automated cleaning / defluxing machines and cleanliness testing equipment, announces that its CEO Michael Konrad will present at the Huntsville Cleaning & Reliability Workshop, scheduled to take place Thursday, September 10, 2015 in Huntsville, AL. Mr. Konrad will present “A Candid Conversation About Cleaning” during the free technical workshop. The event will be presented in cooperation with Henkel, KYZEN and PVA.

This “conversation-style” presentation covers several popular cleaning-related subjects and provides answers to popular questions including:

  • We haven’t cleaned for more than 20 years. Why do we need to clean now?
  • How much assembly contamination is acceptable?
  • How clean is clean enough?
  • What’s the true cost of cleaning?
  • How are most assemblers cleaning their assemblies?
  • Do I need a chemical to clean?
  • What’s the environmental impact when I clean (am I solving one problem and creating another)?
  • Are there any alternatives to cleaning?

Michael Konrad is an SMT Advisory Board member and President of Aqueous Technologies. Konrad was a member of IPC’s Stencil Cleaning Task Group, contributing to the IPC-7526 Stencil and Misprinted Board Cleaning Handbook and IPC 5-31Cleaning Handbook.

For more information or to register for the workshop, visit http://conta.cc/1SHp8UM.

About Aqueous Technologies


Founded in 1992 and headquartered in Corona, CA, Aqueous Technologies is a manufacturer of aqueous cleaning / defluxing systems. Aqueous Technologies manufactures batch-format aqueous cleaning/defluxing systems as well as ionic contamination (cleanliness) testing equipment. Aqueous Technologies also manufactures ultrasonic stencil cleaning systems. Aqueous Technologies’ products have won more than 40 major industry awards. Visit the company on the Web at www.aqueoustech.com.

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