Clean Efficiently with Kyzen's Concentrated Stencil Cleaner at Productronica

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Kyzen will showcase AQUANOX® A8820 Advanced Aqueous Stencil Cleaner in Hall A4, Stand 416 at the Productronica International Trade Fair, scheduled to take place November 12 - 15, 2013 at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre in Munich, Germany. A8820 is an engineered Micro Cell Technology (MCT(TM) ) cleaning fluid designed to remove wet solder paste and uncured chip bonder adhesive from stencils used in surface mount printing processes.

AQUANOX® A8820 effectively removes common solder pastes and fluxes, and demonstrates a favorable compatibility profile with stencil cleaning systems. It works well with spray-in-air and select ultrasonic cleaning machines, and is effective on uncured adhesives. Additionally, the no-foaming property of A8820 is compatible with all materials commonly used in electronic assembly manufacturing and cleaning processes.

Kyzen's AQUANOX® A8820 has been designed from the ground up for the tough challenges of cleaning no-clean, lead-free residue from small, 1005 apertures while being compatible with modern nano-coatings as well as with all of the modern offline cleaning equipment that is popular in the industry. A8820 is a quick drying product that also is rapidly rinsed if water rinsing is preferred

AQUANOX® A8820 is available in five, 25 and 200 liter drums. In addition to A8820, Kyzen offers a full line of precision cleaning chemistries that meet any cleaning challenge.

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