Aquastorm 50

Matching Footprint to Application
Today’s challenges for PCB manufacturers hinges on high density, increased complexity, and
miniaturization. Manufacturers that currently clean with a batch-type cleaner are looking for
a solution to increase cleaning capability without moving to an in-line cleaner. The Aquastorm
50 batch cleaner utilizes technologies that are common to the Aquastorm 100 and 200 in-line
cleaners and offered in a batch footprint.
Patent Pending Fluid Delivery System
The objective of a mechanical fluid delivery system is to clean under difficult, low stand-off
components by maximizing the physical energy delivered at the surface
of the area to be cleaned. The Aquastorm 50 wash fluid delivery
system utilizes multiple jet impact cleaning (JIC) sprays that create a
web of omni-directional dynamic energy to remove flux residue. The
web (or storm) of mechanical fluid energy that is created delivers
the dynamic energy required to achieve higher product reliability by
effectively removing flux residues under the low stand-off components.
Intelligent Rinse Control
The Intelligent Rinse Control feature guarantees desired conductivity of rinse water through
continuous monitoring and control of the rinse process while maximizing water conservation.
Each cycle can be user defined by cleanliness of rinse water (board cleanliness of 1 μS) or by
the number of cycles.
Patented Torrid Zone® Drying
The Torrid Zone drying that has set the industry benchmark for drying on in-line cleaners is
a standard feature on the Aquastorm 50. Our patented convection drying technologies for
cleaning applications delivers a controlled dynamic process that effectively removes moisture
from the PCB. Typical performance includes drying complex assemblies to within .1g of
prewash weight. A benefit of Torrid Zone drying is that completely dry PCB’s can go straight
to test after cleaning.

Durable Design
The brand name of Electrovert holds the reputation of having the ‘longest
product life cycle’ within the Electronic Equipment Manufacturers’ industry.
The reputation holds true for the Aquastorm 50. While typical batch cleaners
are modified versions of residential dishwashers, the Aquastorm 50 utilizes
field-proven technologies that are common across the Aquastorm in-line
cleaners. The fluid delivery designs, pump designs, and drying technologies
are shared across the Aquastorm in-line series. The software GUI (Graphical
User Interface) and electrical I/0 system are common across all Electrovert
product lines. These designs are field proven in demanding production
environments yet provide commonality across multiple Electrovert platforms.
Advanced User Interface
The software has an advanced user interface that utilizes a
21” touch screen PC with Windows® 7 operating system. All
machine operation parameters are easily viewed to optimize
the machine and process controls. The software GUI is
common across all Electrovert cleaning, wave, and reflow
product lines. The benefit is that all machine operations,
controls, set-up, drop-down menus, and timer functionalities are similar and easy to use.
World Wide Support
The employees of Electrovert are dedicated to providing world class service and support to
our global partners. With facilities in the USA, Mexico, Europe, Asia and an extensive network
of service, applications, and process engineers, Electrovert is positioned to support our
customer’s requirements. All Electrovert cleaning, wave, and reflow equipment are designed
and built in Camdenton, Missouri USA.

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