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How Do I Comply with IPC's New Cleanliness Testing Requirements? An On-Demand Webinar

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How Do I Comply with IPC's New Cleanliness Testing Requirements?

While circuit assembles have changed radically over the past fifty years, not much has changed with cleanliness testing methods and standards over that same period of time... until recently. IPC's new J-STD-001 G and H drastically changed the way we are required to quantify cleanliness of post-reflow circuit assemblies. IPC has eliminated pre-established cleanliness standards in favor of an "objective evidence" requirement based on Surface Insulation Resistance and Resistivity of Solvent (ROSE) testing requirements. There is no longer a "one size fits all" standard for cleanliness.

During this webinar, we will compare the traditional cleanliness testing methods and explain the new requirements. Some of the covered topics include:

• How to comply with the new Surface Insulation Resistance (SIR) requirements for "Objective Evidence".

• How to comply with the new ROSE testing requirements for "Process Monitoring".

• How to correlate required SIR test results with required ROSE test results for process monitoring.

• How ROSE testers work.

• What is and isn't a ROSE Tester?

• Dynamic -vs- Static ROSE testers (which is right for your application?)

• Dynamic -vs- Static ROSE testers (which is right for your application?)

• When is a requalification process required?

• How often should process monitoring for cleanliness be performed?

• How to calculate the required process monitoring Upper Control Limit (UCL).

• How clean is clean enough?

This webinar is free of charge.

Webinar length: 1 hour

Hosted by

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    Mike Konrad Aqueous Technologies

    Mike Konrad is the Founder and President of Aqueous Technologies. Mike is also the host of the Reliability Matters Podcast and the Concept to Creation Podcast available on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, iHeart Radio, PCBChat.com, Reliability.fm, and wherever you get your podcasts.