pcb cleaning data acquisition traceability

PCB Cleaning: Process and Result Assurance, Data Acquisition, and Traceability


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[Stefan Strixner]

Numerous forms of process data can be recorded during a cleaning process. The two general parameters that can be assigned are time and temperature.

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Article number: EN-1911-05


PCB Cleaning

PCB Cleaning: Process and Result Assurance, Data Acquisition, and Traceability


When cleaning electronic PCBs, demand is increasing for the collection of process data and the assurance of its traceability. This not only enables advantages for customers of electronics manufacturers, but also for the manufacturers themselves, who will then be able to improve their processes on the basis of the data raised.

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Stefan Strixner

Technology Analyst, ZESTRON Europe

Stefan Strixner studied Technical Chemistry at the Technical University Georg Simon Ohm in Nuremberg. Since 1992 he has been working at ZESTRON Europe, with varying emphases. As Principal Engineer, he is responsible for setting up the technical and analytical centres worldwide.

He is also an expert in the field of failure causes, reliability and technical cleanliness of electronic assemblies. As part of his work in the ZESTRON Reliability & Surfaces Team, he organises and conducts Technology Coaching sessions on these topics.