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Repair For Water Damaged Electronics

Repair For Water Damaged Electronics
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Repair For Water Damaged Electronics

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Electronic, electrical and telecommunications equipment can be recovered from catastrophic water damage due to hurricanes, floods, fire suppression, and other severe water impact situations. Water can be removed using cleaning solutions and processes that target water and trapped moisture. Once the moisture is removed, the assemblies can be cleaned to remove deposited oil and grease, soot, debris, and other soils. While water can cause extensive damage, it does not mean that equipment is lost and cannot be replaced. When used with the following procedures, Chemtronics’ products are an efficient and effective tool for the recovery and restoration of electronic, electrical and telecommunications equipment.

Chemtronics has developed several application guides to help you learn how to repair electronic and telecom equipment after water damage occurs.  Click on the links below to download these easy to follow application guides and get started repairing your water damaged electronics today:

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Electro-Wash PX Degreaser
Extra-strength universal cleaner and degreaser safe for use on plastics

Flux-Off Water Soluble
Plastic safe flux remover for cleaning water-soluble flux

Fiberwash Fiber Optic Cleaning Pens
Fast, efficient & easy way to clean fiber optic connectors

FOCCUS CCT Clear Connection Tool
Easy to use tool for fast and effective end-face cleaning of fiber connectors

QbE Cleaning Platforms
Portable, efficient wiping platform for cleaning fiber optic end faces

Coventry Econowipes
Polyester/cellulose blend, non woven wipes

Fiber Optic Connector Cleaning Swabs
Ideal swabs for cleaning contamination from fiber optic sleeves, backplanes and polishing pucks

V-Groove and Ferrule Cleaning Swabs
Swab for V-groove and ferrule cleaning

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How to Restore Flood Damaged Electronics, Telecom Equipment, and Fiber Optic Connectors

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