Aqueous Technologies’ Trident XLD on show at IPC Midwest 2011

22nd August 2011
Written by : ES Admin
Aqueous Technologies’  Trident XLD on show at IPC Midwest 2011
Aqueous Technologies Corp., North America’s largest provider of batch defluxing systems, will highlight the Trident XLD in Booth #206 at the upcoming IPC Midwest Conference & Exhibition, scheduled to take place September 21-22, 2011 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center in Schaumburg, IL.
The Trident XLD is the industry’s most environmentally responsible fully automated defluxing and cleanliness testing system. Unlike other closed-loop defluxing systems, the XLD is capable of removing all flux types including no-clean, rosin and water soluble. The Trident XLD is also capable of operating with a variety of environmentally safe defluxing chemistries frequently required for specific types of flux removal. The Trident XLD provides automatic cleaning, cleanliness testing, drying, chemical dosing, complete assembly specific SPC via bar-code scanning, and operates without sending any water to the drain.

The Trident XLD’s average total cycle time is less than 30 minutes, making it the fastest fully automatic defluxing system available. The system can clean one month’s worth of production while consuming less than ten gallons (38 liters) of water, all of which is lost to normal evaporation.

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