MicroCare to Deliver Electronics Cleaning Presentation at SMTA Atlanta Reliability Symposium
MicroCare Corporation, in collaboration with industry affiliates Indium Corporation and Weller, is hosting a technical symposium at SMTA Atlanta on September 12, 2019 in Peachtree Corners, GA.
The half-day reliability-focused event will bring together electronics industry leaders to deliver presentations in the areas of their own expertise. MicroCare Senior Chemist, Emily Peck will be on hand to present, Cleaning for Reliability in Electronics, illustrating how electronics cleaning can be an important tool for enhancing reliability.
“Successful electronics cleaning involves first identifying the contaminant and then selecting the best combination of cleaning fluid and method to effectively remove it. Balancing these factors properly can enhance PCB reliability,” Peck said.
“The key is to improve productivity, and cleaning effectiveness in an economical, safe and environmentally-acceptable way,” she concluded.
Peck is a Senior Chemist at MicroCare Corporation, which offers benchtop and vapor degreasing electronics cleaning solutions. She has been in the industry for more than 5 years and holds a MS in Chemistry from Tufts University. Peck researches, develops and tests cleaning-related products that are used on a daily basis in electronics, medical and precision cleaning applications.
Also presenting at the Surface Mount Technology Association (SMTA) sponsored symposium will be Indium Corporation’s Kim Flanagan, Technical Support Engineer. Her presentation, D-PAK Voiding; A Study to Determine the Origins of D-PAK Voiding, will review a series of tests performed on D-PAK components to determine if their construction causes higher voiding percentages, and whether electrical reliability is affected.
In addition, Bubba Powers, Manager, Technical Services for Weller Professional Tools – North America, will discuss the Reliability of Robotics for Electronics Manufacturing, which gives an overview of the process of automation in the soldering workplace, and discusses what factors are critical for high-reliability electronics in both manual and automated manufacturing environments.
The symposium is open to both SMTA members and non-members. Contact the SMTA Atlanta to register.