We are very proud to announce our partners KOKI Company Limited is participating in Productronica 2019, which is being held from 12th to 15th of November at Messe München, Munich, Germany. They will be exhibiting their new halogen-free high-performance solder pastes which benefit from high reliability, superior ICT testability, and excellent cleanability. Also included are conventional halogen highly advanced solder pastes specialised for powerful wetting and low voiding. For power device application, they will be launching a new solder paste designed for oxidation-reduction vacuum reflow processes with variations of solder alloy for printing and dispensing applications. Continue Reading
Thank you to all of you who stopped by our stand at Surface World 2018 – we enjoyed seeing everyone, and welcoming many new customers aboard!
We launched our new standardised cleaning range of equipment at the show, which was met with a very positive response. To anyone who didn’t get a chance to talk to us, would like to arrange a trial or would like to find out more about the bespoke options we have available, please contact us.
Lots of people asked us about the new nPB and Trike regulations and how we could help, please get in touch and we can provide you with an expert, independent recommendation.
We look forward to hearing from you.
We are delighted to let you all know we will be exhibiting once again at Surface World 2018 which is being held at the NEC in Birmingham on the 19th and 20th September.
We will be launching our new standardised cleaning range at the show, with many special offers available. We will also be informing customers of the new nPB regulations and how we can help to make your chemistry transition quick and simple.
Come and visit us at stand C17, we look forward to meeting you!
When evaluating which process best meets the needs of a particular situation, the following five factors – the ‘5Cs’ – are a useful starting point:
1 Cleaning effectiveness
Aqueous processes are often ineffective for cleaning intricate components, such as those with fine or blind bores. Because of their low surface tension characteristics, new generation solvents can penetrate into the hard-to-reach areas of these components for superior cleaning.
Millions of its dental burs help dentists improve smiles globally every year. Prima Dental itself had cause to smile after component cleaning specialist Fraser Technologies helped the manufacturer solve some component cleaning solvent issues.
With a 150-year dental manufacturing heritage, Gloucester-based Prima Dental produces around 30 million dental burs – or drill bits – per year. In June 2015, Prima’s Production Engineer, Nigel Frampton, contacted Fraser with a view to replacing the Methylene Chloride cleaning solvent used to clean the burs with an agent offering an improved health and safety profile.