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Publication Date: 03/1/2012
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Aqueous Technologies Unveils New Trident Model
Zero Ion cleanliness test system.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA — Aqueous Technologies Corp. is unveiling its new Trident X high yield zero-discharge defluxing system. According to the company, the new system represents the industry's greatest advancements in cleaning and defluxing technology in more than a decade. Trident X will offer users rapid throughput, unusual state-of-the-art cleaning and drying technology, exceptional safety, and the highest degree of environmental responsibility, all in a compact footprint.

Also on display, the Trident Trio High-Yield Automatic Defluxing and Cleanliness Testing System provides a cost-effective alternative to inline defluxing systems. Trident Trio provides throughput rates equal to or exceeding most inline cleaning systems yet operates on a fraction of the chemical, water, and energy.

The Trident Trio is equipped with three autonomous defluxing chambers. Each chamber is controlled by a dedicated computer controller and may be operated with different defluxing chemistries for maximum flexibility. In addition, each defluxing chamber is equipped with independent cleanliness testing capabilities and recallable SPC data records. Unlike any inline defluxing system, the Trident Trio is capable of high throughput levels and built-in cleanliness testing.

Calling it the industry's most environmentally responsible fully automated defluxing and cleanliness testing system, the company is showing the Trident XLD. Unlike other closed-loop defluxing systems, the XLD is capable of removing all flux types including no-clean, resin and water soluble. The system 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 with bar-code scanning, and operates without sending any water to the drain. The Zero-Ion is designed to test electronics assemblies for ionic contamination. It automatically removes and detects contamination on an electrical assembly or bare board and provides quantitative contamination measurements. The cleanliness tester uses a dynamic technology that provides automatic regeneration of the machine?s test solution, maintaining a high degree of test solution sensitivity. The Zero-Ion meets the requirements of military and commercial cleanliness testing standards including MIL 2000A, IPC test method 001, MIL-C-28809, MIL-P-55110 and IPC TM650-2.3.26.

Contact: Aqueous Technologies Corp., 9055 Rancho Park Ct., Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 909-944-7771 fax: 909-944-7775 Web:

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