Trouble solution

A wide variety of "troubles" have occurred at manufacturing sites. This page offers many information in detail what "troubles" are occurring in the areas of "cleaning," "painting," and "adhering," how to solve them, and the background and basic knowledge why "troubles" are occurring in the first place. It's our pleasure if you could discover the products and hint that solves your troubles.


Kinds of "Cleaning"
This section introduces the outline of industrial cleaning and the cleaning areas we are in.
"Cleaning" in Electronics industory
We take up the cleaning and issue required for electronics cleaning and introduce our products to solve these issues.
What is flux residue?
Flux residue, which is the residue of burned flux after soldering, can cause electrical and physical problems on printed circuit boards. This page introduces problems caused by flux residue and their solutions.
Tips on flux cleaning
Flux cleaning is extremely effective in solving and preventing problems caused by flux residue. I this page, we'll explain why we clean flux, what cleaning methods are available, and what is needed for efficient cleaning.
[NEW]Evaluation types and methods of cleanability after flux cleaning
There are various methods for flux cleaning, but no matter what cleaning method is chosen, flux cleanability must be evaluated to ensure that flux is properly removed as a result of the cleaning process. This page introduces analytical methods and evaluation methods used to evaluate flux cleanability.


In the automotive painting field, we are focusing on the two major defects called "cissing" and "particles" and introduce our products that solve these defects in detail.

Troubleshooting for Painting process ~HAJIKI (cissing)~
HAJIKI (cissing) is a phenomenon in which a flowable paint comes into contact with a factor substance having a lower surface tension than that of the paint, and the factor substance spreads by being pulled by the paint, and the film thickness of the part becomes thinner
Troubleshooting for Painting process ~BUTSU~
Defects due to particles tend to be more serious due to paint-induced particles, dust, fiber scraps, insects, other minute materials and also due to electrostatic adsorption due to static electricity. Therefore, it is necessary to grasp and observe the conditions of the surrounding environment in order to solve these problems.


What are conductive adhesives?
Recently, conductive adhesives have been attracting more and more attention. This article explains the mechanism of electricity flow, the types of conductive adhesives, the difference between conductive adhesives and solders and general adhesives, and why conductive adhesives are necessary.
What is a conductive adhesive that uses TK silver powder?
KAKEN TECH's technology shines! Explains the low silver concentration, low specific gravity type conductive adhesive that utilizes specially shaped silver powder. What is silver powder with special shape? Why does it exhibit conductivity even if the silver content is low? What are the advantages of low silver content? and other questions are explained.


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