KYZEN to Bring Next-Generation Stencil Cleaner to NEPCON Asia


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KYZEN, the global leader in innovative environmentally friendly cleaning chemistries, is pleased to announce that it will exhibit at NEPCON Asia, scheduled to take place Aug. 26-28, 2020 at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center. The company will showcase the KYZEN® E5631 Next Generation Stencil Cleaner in Stand 1P01.

The award-winning KYZEN E5631 stencil cleaner was formulated to operate at low concentrations (

E5631 was formulated with the worker and environment in mind and is a cost-effective solution that quickly and efficiently cleans all types of raw solder paste flux from stencils and A-side misprints. The stencil cleaner is designed to be used at low concentrations and ambient temperature in stencil cleaning processes including spray-in-air, understencil, and ultrasonic systems. 

For more information about KYZEN, or to ask specific technical cleaning questions, visit www.kyzen.com

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