Zestron to Host DI vs. Chemistry Cleaning Webinars PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Friday, 14 September 2012 08:10

MANASSAS, VA – Zestron will hold a pair of webinars this month on the pros and cons of cleaning electronics assemblies with DI water and chemistry.

The webinars are scheduled for Sept. 19 at 12 pm EDT and Sept. 27 at 1:30 pm EDT, respectively. This 45-minute webinars are presented by Ravi Parthasarathy, senior process engineer, and are free of charge.

The webinars will provide insight into the process limitations of DI-water and how the use of low concentration cleaning agents could greatly improve cleaning results particularly underneath low standoff components. They are geared toward production line operators, manufacturing and quality managers and process engineers.

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