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Lucas Milhaupt Global Brazing Solutions

In today's volatile and competitive market it is essential for transportation companies to work with suppliers that will provide cutting-edge technologies at a fair market price. Lucas Milhaupt offers decades of experience in applying innovative products and services to the market. Read more...

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Pavco, Inc.

Waste water from metal finishing, plating & coating facilities needs to be carefully managed to meet EPA guidelines. PAVCO understands the challenges and offers a complete line of technologies designed to meet the most stringent waste treatment requirements. Read more...

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Indium Corporation

Indium Corp. - Solder joint voiding is tough to deal with. When attaching components, such as power amplifiers/transistors or QFNs, the larger the footprint the bigger the challenge. For some time now I have been suggesting the use of a preform with flux coating as an approach to help reduce voiding. Logically, if you introduce less flux you entrap less... Read more...

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Competition Chemicals, Inc.

BlueAway is a specially formulated product to remove the "blue-ing" or heat-caused discoloration caused on chrome exhaust pipes on motorcycles or custom cars. For really tough jobs, start the cleaning process with some BlueAway and follow it up with a Simichrome shine. Read more...

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Indium Corporation

Indium Corporation - Since the NanoBond®process is almost instantaneous, fluxes are not used. (They just don’t have enough time to heat up to their activation temperature and remove oxides.) So, because this is a fluxless soldering application, surface choice and preparation become very important. Read this article in the series on Nanofoil® thin... Read more...

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AGC Chemicals Americas, Inc.

New Amolea AT2™ Fluorinated Solvent Provides Environmentally Friendly Alternative for Precision Cleaning of Medical Devices Read more...

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CHEMEON Surface Technology (formerly Metalast)

CHEMEON's offer includes a complement of popular organic and inorganic dyes. Light fastness, clarity, and excellence of color is the hallmark of these products. Research and support staff at the CHEMEON Tech Center have tested all dyes for performance and quality. CHEMEON dyes are suitable for use in most applications. Custom organic dye matching is also available. Read more...

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Armakleen Company (The)

If we asked you how long you’d like your aqueous cleaning product to last, you’d probably say something like “forever,” and you wouldn’t be joking.

In a perfect world, our cleaning solutions would last infinite lengths of time. Read more...

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CHEMEON Surface Technology (formerly Metalast)

A non-etch low alkalinity (pH 9) powdered cleaner for aluminum. This heavy duty non-silicated cleaner tolerates large soil loading. Water conditioners help reduce scale and sludging. The cleaner is operated at 2 to 8 oz/gal at 120 °F to 180 °F for 2 to 15 minutes. Read more...

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CHEMEON Surface Technology (formerly Metalast)

It is a proprietary anodizing chemical additive utilized in sulfuric acid anodizing electrolytes to improve the performance of the resulting anodized surface and facilitate the anodizing process itself. The additive is specially formulated to prevent the aluminum from burning during the anodizing process. Read more...

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