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Mold Cleaning Effects of Rubber Cleaning Sheets at Different Temperatures

Until recent­ly, indus­tries used Melamine Based Clean­ers (MBC) to clean molds that form dur­ing mold­ing epoxy mold­ing for encap­su­la­tion of semi­con­duc­tors such as inte­grat­ed cir­cuits, diodes, tran­sis­tors, etc.

The prob­lem with a melamine-based approach is that it needs longer clean­ing time. And, even after that, it still remains inside the cav­i­ty pock­et or around the molds, which may lat­er cause defects. Plus, MBC also required lead frame for the clean­ing and pre­heat­ing process.

Rub­ber Based Com­pounds or rub­ber clean­ing sheets effec­tive­ly resolve this issue and eas­i­ly remove pol­lu­tants and stains from the sur­face. Here, it must be not­ed that tem­per­a­ture and pres­sure are crit­i­cal ele­ments that ensure max­i­mum clean­ing.

High­er tem­per­a­ture increas­es the dif­fu­sion rate and also reduces the clean­ing time. CAPLINQ offers a series of high per­form­ing rub­ber clean­ing sheets that have proven to be effec­tive for a wide range of molds. In this post, we will find out the mold clean­ing effects of these rub­ber clean­ing sheets at dif­fer­ent tem­per­a­tures. Read on.

1. RCS100 C & RCS200 W

CAPLIN­Q’s Lin­qsheet RCS100 High­ly Effec­tive Rub­ber Clean­ing Sheet and Lin­qsheet RCS200 High­ly Work­able Rub­ber Clean­ing Sheet are among the best per­form­ing clean­ing sheets. Both these sheets boast of high flow char­ac­ter­is­tics, which allows them to clean even the tini­est mold cor­ners and thin gate areas. RCS200 also fea­tures strong work­a­bil­i­ty and emits very min­i­mal odor dur­ing clean­ing.

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Rubber cleaning sheets CAPLINQ

The pic­ture above shows its clean­ing effects at @ 220℃, 400sec, 100kg/cm2. Its, clear from these pic­tures that these rub­ber clean­ing sheets pro­duce no flames. Also, ensures easy peel­ing dur­ing clean­ing oper­a­tions.

2. RCS300 AF @ 200℃, 400sec, 100kg/cm2 => No Flame

RCS300 is an amine-free rub­ber clean­ing sheets, com­pat­i­ble with a wide range of mold cav­i­ty designs. It works excel­lent­ly in remov­ing pol­lu­tants and stains on molds. Also, is extreme­ly well suit­ed for pro­duc­tion lines that work with elec­tro­mag­net­ic com­pat­i­bil­i­ty.

RCS300 is designed with appro­pri­ate strength and endurance force after cur­ing and can with­stand torque in the range of 6 lb-in to 53 lb-in.

Rubber cleaning sheets

Take a look at the pic­tures above to see the effects of hot press mold­ing test on RCS300 rub­ber clean­ing sheet at 200℃, 400sec, 100kg/cm2. Even in short clean­ing time, RCS300 offers enhanced clean­ing.

CAPLINQ pro­vides high­est qual­i­ty clean­ers espe­cial­ly devel­oped to get rid of mold stains (epoxy resins, organ­ic residues) that accu­mu­late on mold die sur­face and in deep cav­i­ties. Please vis­it www.caplinq.com to learn more about Lin­qsheet RCS100, Lin­qsheet RC200 or oth­er Mold Clean­ers for Ther­mosets and Ther­mo­plas­tics. You can always con­tact us direct­ly for guid­ance and sup­port regard­ing the best-suit­ed rub­ber clean­ing sheets for your require­ments.

About Chris Perabo

Chris is an energetic and enthusiastic engineer and entrepreneur. He is always interested in taking highly technical subjects and distilling these to their essence so that even the layman can understand. He loves to get into the technical details of an issue and then understand how it can be useful for specific customers and applications. Chris is currently the Director of Business Development at CAPLINQ.

One thought on “Mold Cleaning Effects of Rubber Cleaning Sheets at Different Temperatures

  1. Excel­lent and decent post. I found this much infor­ma­tive. I’m impressed by the details that you have on this web site. Thank you for this post

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