Remove contamination – Improve reliability
With increased component miniaturization, electro migration, and the rising cost of advanced packages, it is essential to thoroughly clean today´s high reliability electronics. Regular cleaning helps eliminate failures caused by contamination of the circuit board.
Danchell uses Trident cleaning systems from Aqueous Technologies, a company with extensive experience in developing cleaning systems. Trident removes all contamination and residues from post-reflow circuit assemblies. When assembly and flux residues are removed, so is the chance for electro-chemical migration (ECM) failures. By ensuring a clean assembly, you are ensuring a more reliable assembly.
Trident is equipped with built-in monitoring technology, whereby a desired cleanliness level may be programmed, producing consistency in your assembly’s cleanliness levels. Trident will automatically expand the cleaning process until the assemblies are verified as being clean.
The Zero Ion tester from Aqueous Technologies is designed to meet the challenges associated with cleanliness testing of modern circuit assemblies. The Zero Ion is capable of extracting and quantifying contamination levels per IPC J STD001. The Zero Ion utilizes Dynamic measurement Technology which increases the accuracy of the test by maintaining the level of testing fluid throughout the whole process.
The Zero Ion performs accurate cleanliness testing without the need to heat the testing solution. Ambient temperature cleanliness testing eliminates the need for heaters and warm-up times while increasing equipment and operator safety. The Zero Ion’s proprietary extraction process and Dynamic measurement Technology provide high levels of accuracy without the need for heat.