A friend in the electronics industry is having problems with residual solder flux giving rise to certain kinds of electrical noise in very high-impedance (G-ohm) circuits. Current manufacturing process is giving rise to unwanted product-to-product variation, and the company has no chemists on staff to address the problem. They've tried a variety of cleaning methods to remove residue, but they have not solved their problem. They are highly talented electrical engineers who have reached the limits of their expertise in this area, but help from a chemist familiar with the issues would be very welcome.
Contact me if interested. Thanks. - Josh
Dear Mr. Kurtuz: I am the technical manager for Fusion Incorporated, a brazing and soldering consumables company. Although my focus is not specifically the electronics sector, one of my independent reps is very big in the electronics sector and he also reps several cleaning lines so if you are interested, please have your friend contact my friend JD Buller at the following https://www.linkedin.com/in/j-d-buller-3aa65313/ email@example.com https://jdbullerreps.com/ 630-768-3154 I already talked to him on the phone and he said it sounds like something he has seen in the field before and he believes he has a couple of products that may work for your friend (plus if your friend lives near you I believe JD is perfect since he is from Bolingbrook IL). Sincerely, David Pruchenski firstname.lastname@example.org