SMT Cleaners

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Thoroughly cleaning SMT (surface mount technology) stencils, tools and equipment is an important way to reduce misprints and increase throughput. Techspray SMT stencil cleaners are designed for rigorous production requirements.

Techspray offers a wide variety of stencil cleaners that are effective on solder paste and adhesives. Under the Techspray Renew brand, eco-friendly water-based formulas are available for hand wipes, understencil cleaning, and batch cleaning. For low cost, effective cleaning, a full line of isopropyl alcohol (IPA) is available.

Regular oven cleaning and maintenance is also an important way to ensure product quality and process repeatability. Techspray offers an eco-friendly water-based oven cleaner in additional to IPA. XT-Armor Oven Shield is a proprietary coating that is applied to the oven walls, and when covered with flux residues, simply peels away!

 

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Eco-Stencil UM Understencil & Manual Cleaner Eco-Stencil UM
Manual & Under Stencil Cleaner - Effectively removes all types of solder paste (e.g. water­based, RMA, no­clean, lead­free) and uncured adhesive from screens, misprinted boards and equipment. Compatible with Batch ultrasonic cleaning systems
Eco-Stencil RF Batch Stencil Cleaner Eco-Stencil RF Batch Stencil Cleaner
Rinse-free, nonflammable stencil cleaner for batch systems
Eco-Oven Cleaner Eco-Oven Cleaner
Cleans reflow ovens, wave soldering systems, and associated heat exchanger systems by removing all types of flux residues - Quickly clean flux residue from oven & wave fingers
Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) Wipes - 70% Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) Wipes - 70%
Pre-saturated wipes with 70% pure isopropyl alcohol
Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) Wipes - 99.8% Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) Wipes - 99.8%
Pre-saturated alcohol wipes with 99.8% pure isopropyl alcohol
Tech Roll Understencil Wipe Tech Roll Understencil Wipe
SMT under-stencil roll wipes for MPM and DEK printers

Articles

Choosing The Best Cleaning Process for Your Needs – An Overview
This is a multi-part series covering the best practices of establishing a new cleaning process. These are written by Pierce Pillon, Techspray’s Field Engineer. Contact us if you want Pierce’s help developing or improving your own cleaning process.Occasionally, you will need to assess your cleaning processes due to various reasons. In no particula...
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Cleaning Electronics with Isopropyl Alcohol
Chemicals are found throughout the electronic assembly and repair process, but no solvent is more common than isopropyl alcohol. It is universally used for cleaning and as a main constituent of fluxes, but how much do you really know about isopropyl alcohol? Isopropyl alcohol (CAS #67-63-0) is also referred to as IPA, isopropanol, 2-propanol, and even rubbi...
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A Thorough Comparison of Water Based Cleaners and Solvent Cleaners
With the growing popularity of water based cleaning chemistries and new solvent technologies, the debate between water based and solvent cleaners rages on. Companies that have cleaning requirements, including industrial, precision, and specification driven applications must decide which material is best for their applications and their business. And having t...
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