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How Rubber Cleaning Sheets Clean Epoxy Molding Compound Mold?

The Caplinq’s RCS Rub­ber Clean­ing Sheets is a mold die clean­ing mate­r­i­al that was devel­oped for clean­ing the mold stains-organ­ic residues, epoxy resins. These are the residues that are left in the deep cav­i­ties dur­ing the process of semi­con­duc­tor device encap­su­la­tion.

RCS Series Rub­ber Clean­ing Sheets have a mold die release agent, which enhances the releas­ing abil­i­ty of the mold die sur­face. They are main­ly used for the removal of con­t­a­m­i­na­tion of the molds, which are used in the phys­i­cal and chem­i­cal mech­a­nism of the semi­con­duc­tor cir­cuits includ­ing diodes, ICS’s, tran­sis­tors, and LED’s.

And, RCS series sheers are best suit­ed for clean­ing of pro­duc­tion lines that work with Elec­tro­mag­net­ic Com­pat­i­bil­i­ty. The LINQSHEET clean­ing sheets series con­sist of RCS 100, RCS 200, RCS 300, and RCS 400. These sheets fea­ture a good flow char­ac­ter­is­tic that allows them to clean small, thin, and ven­ti­la­tion areas.

The RCS100 Rub­ber Clean­ing Sheets by Caplinq works with a wide range of molds. They can with­stand a torque of 6lb-in to 53 lb-in and cures the sur­face just in 53 sec­onds. The RCS 200 has the low­est odor and the strongest results. The RCS 300 is an amine-free clean­ing alter­na­tive, and RCS 400 Rub­ber Clean­ing Sheet pro­vides a car­cino­gen free clean­ing alter­nate.

Of the whole RCS series, RCS 100 has the highest cleaning performance.

Procedure:

1. Use the stan­dard mold­ing con­di­tions- The cur­ing pro­ce­dure takes place under high pres­sure, and high tem­per­a­ture as the Rub­ber Clean­ing Sheets gen­er­ate the active com­po­nents.
2. Set the con­di­tions accord­ing to the mold cav­i­ty depths and place the clean­ing sheets over the cav­i­ty. Seal the mold and let the cur­ing pro­ce­dure stay for five min­utes.
3. Open the press; remove the cured sheets and check the cav­i­ties for the stains.
4. Repeat the above steps till the mold cav­i­ty is com­plete­ly clean and until all the stains are trans­ferred to the cured mold­ing com­pound.
5. At last, remove the resid­ual rub­ber with a shot of com­pres­sion
For best clean­ing expe­ri­ence, keep the gap of 0.5 mm~1.5 mm between the molds.
When­ev­er you are using LINQSHEET Rub­ber Clean­ing Sheets, you will expe­ri­ence no cor­ro­sion or abra­sion. No pre­heat­ing or dum­my flame is required for increas­ing the pace of the pro­ce­dure. They fea­ture a stan­dard size that will fit a wide range of molds lead­ing to increas­ing the pro­duc­tiv­i­ty and an improved time frame results.

To learn more regard­ing the LINQSHEET RCS Series Rub­ber Clean­ing Sheets for clean­ing the epoxy mold com­pound, vis­it www.caplinq.com. You can con­tact us if you have ques­tions regard­ing the pro­ce­dure of clean­ing the epoxy mold com­pounds and mold stains with the LINQSHEET RSC Series sheets or about CAPLINQ’S clean­ers.

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.

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