Penray, Inc. has introduced its new Professional Contact Cleaner for precision removal of harmful deposits and debris from electronic components. This Professional Contact Cleaner, p/n 7017, provides cleaning action for sensitive equipment.
This new contact cleaner is designed for cleaning electronic equipment such as printed circuit boards as found in Electronic Control Modules (ECMs) and elsewhere. It is also intended for cleaning electronic equipment in a wide variety of applications, including printed circuit boards, tape heads, and even PC electronics.
Penray 7017 effectively removes oil, dirt, condensation, and other residue. It is safe to use on most of the materials found in electronics, including plastics, metal, and rubber. It evaporates quickly and leaves no residue after application. It should not be used on energized circuits. It is 50-state VOC compliant and, like most Penray products, has been developed, blended and manufactured in the U.S.
This new product is perfectly suited to periodic maintenance, especially for electronics that must function in hostile environments. Regular cleaning helps extend the service life of costly components and helps prevent failures that can be expensive and inconvenient.
Used in conjunction with abrasive pads, Penray 7017 can remove carbon deposits and corrosion that can cause devices to fail or provide erroneous readings. By regularly measuring resistance, users can observe significant increases or decreases in ohm readings that can indicate imminent failure. Regular cleaning can help prevent such failures.
According to William Nonnamaker, Sr. VP of sales and marketing for Penray, this new product is an important service tool for many industries. “Our new Professional Contact Cleaner will prove valuable in automotive and heavy-duty service markets, where electronics are increasingly common,” notes Nonnamaker. “It is also ideal for use in any industrial environment. Service providers know that oils, condensation, and debris can compromise the function of electronic devices. Often a quick cleaning will restore function and prevent future failures.
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