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Technical Articles

Reducing the Impact of Chemical Products in the Electronics Sector

Posted on 09 March 2012 by Electrolube
Tags: Environment, REACH, Legislation

Chemical use within the electronics industry is extensive – what improvements can be made? Concerns regarding chemical use are on the rise; whether it is a result of REACH and/or other regulations or just simply an increased awareness of operator safety and environmental impact, changes are definitely occurring. Organisations are on the lookout for greener, more user-friendly products and processes, whilst maintaining high levels of performance and production throughput. Read more >

Environmental and End-User Concerns: Responsible Manufacturing in the Electronics Industry

Posted on 09 August 2011 by Electrolube
Tags: Environment, REACH, Legislation

With environmental awareness at an all time high, companies are looking for ‘greener’ options within their production processes. In the electronics industry this could, for example, include the use of alternative raw materials or the modification of production processes to become more efficient. From a raw material perspective, concentrating on chemicals used within the electronics sector, there are an increasing number of more environmentally friendly alternatives available for design engineers to consider. Read more >

Additional environmental product to the Electrolube Safewash Range

Posted on 11 August 2010 by Electrolube
Tags: Safewash, Electronic and General Purpose Cleaning, Environment, Cleaning

Electrolube have an additional product, Safewash Total, to their well established water based cleaning range. Safewash Total is a specially formulated blend of non-flammable solvents which form a micro-emulsion when mixed with water. Designed for removal of a wide range of residues and contaminants from printed circuit boards with all types of application methods, including dishwasher, in-line pressure systems, ultrasonic and spray under immersion. Read more >