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Inventor:
Attalla; Gary J.
Address:
Hooksett, NH
No. of patents:
2
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5240018 Apparatus for cleaning mechanical devices using terpene compounds August 31, 1993
Apparatus for cleaning printed wiring boards and/or printed circuit boards after soldering thereof for removal of rosin soldering fluxes using terpene compounds. The apparatus includes three separate components, a first housing containing the terpene washing apparatus, a second housing
5103846 Apparatus for cleaning mechanical devices using terpene compounds April 14, 1992
Apparatus for cleaning printed wiring boards and/or printed circuit boards after soldering thereof for removal of rosin soldering fluxes using terpene compounds. The apparatus includes three separate components, a first housing containing the terpene washing apparatus, a second housing










 
 
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