WHAT’S IMPORTANT TO YOU
When selecting an SMT screen/stencil-cleaning process, it is critical to prioritize the deciding factors that are
most important to the user.
• Can the process effectively clean fine and ultra fine-pitch apertures?
• What flux do I need to clean now and will it be necessary to clean a different flux in the future?
• Can the process support these potential changes?
• Can the process clean dry as well as fresh paste?
• Are there other objects to clean, such as misprints, pallets, adhesives, etc.?
• What is the environmental impact?
• What is the capital investment?
• What is the operating cost?
• Are there any health or safety hazards to consider?
• Does the process have any detrimental effects on the stencil?
• What is the maintenance and potential downtime?
• Are there any special handling or storage requirements for flammable or hazardous chemistries?
• Who will take responsibility for correcting the process if it fails to perform?
1, No need electronic power, no fire and detonate caused.
2, Simple operation, only Start, Stop and Reset, that is all….