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Cleaning Soot on Circuit Boards

We have some pc boards that have soot from being in a building that caught fire. The boards were not damaged by heat and the only issue is the soot covering. We were hoping to use our ultrasonic cleaner to clean them. Do you have a product that will remove soot and can be used in an ultrasonic cleaner?

Foam

Extra Foam Please?

Q: Since foaming is so critical to COP methods, should operators be agitating the solution(s) to produce foam before and during manual cleanings?

A: Mechanical energy, agitation, and plain old elbow grease, are vital weapons in cleaning and Clean-Out-Of-Place applications. So we would recommend that wherever possible, mechanical energy be applied to remove unwanted residues from the surface we are trying to clean. This will

Cleaning Time

How to: Reduce Cleaning Time

Q. What can we do to reduce cleaning time?  We want to be as optimal and thorough in our cleaning as possible.  

A. At Alconox Inc we recognize that manual cleaning may take minutes, spray cleaning seconds, and soaking may take hours, possibly overnight, to achieve comparable cleanliness. Read more….

Disposal of Alconox Inc. Detergents

What is the proper way to dispose of your detergents? Detergent disposal in a proper manner is an integral part of a robust cleaning program regardless of scale or industry. Alconox Inc. detergents are biodegradable….

Circuit Board Cleaning

How to: Clean Aluminum from Oils and Proteins

Find out which detergents are aluminum safe cleaners to clean aluminum from oils and proteins.

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