There are three main pollution sources to consider when dealing with Stencil Cleaning Equipment for your PCBA. They include gaseous emissions, wastewater, and solid emissions. Depending on the regulations of the location you conduct manufacturing, the quantity of the emissions, and any fines or penalties associated with these emissions, we recommend learning about environmental pitfalls and avoiding them all together.
We want to bring cleaner solutions to the PCBA process. In the spirit of education we want to share the environmental pitfalls you can avoid by choosing a Pneumatic Stencil Cleaner:
Ozone Depleting Substances
Climate Change Contributing Substances
Heavy metal cations (notably lead,
tin and copper)
All leachable toxic materials up to 100 years in authorized discharge conditions
Waste Water Pollution:
Heavy metal cations (notably lead, tin and copper)
Anions (notably phosphates, nitrites and sulfates)
Complexing/chelating agents (notably EDTA salts and
PH (acid or base condition)
Other (temperature, solid matter, suspended matter,
Toxicity to aqueous life before and after biodegradation surface tension modifiers, etc.)
Pneumatic Stencil Cleaner: Filter Changing
CLEAN! Zero pollution SMT stencil cleaning machine EASY! 2 grade filter for SMT stencil cleaning machine cleaning fluid circulation use FAST! 3 minutes cleaning process for quick improvement of printing quality
Is your SMT Equipment Line-up Prepared for Increased Automotive Demands in 2017?
Are you keeping up with SMT demands from the Automotive Industry this year? The demand for automotive electronic products is in direct link with the needs for surface mount technologies. The needs of growing in-car technologies include: embedded infotainment, telematics, connected safety, and security. As car designs continue to become more intelligent and technologically integrated, suppliers must keep up with the ever increasing demands.
It is imperative that PCB manufacturers serving the Automobile Industry assess their current Equipment Line-up for complete preparation of these growing global trends and automobile advancements. Is your operation ready for full-scale capabilities to serve the Automobile Industry Demands? Would you like to begin manufacturing to supply these needs? Click the link below to contact us for an evaluation of your current operations.