When flood waters rise, these are the best practices to get electronics, electrical and telecom equipment, including fiber optic connections, operational after significant water damage.

ATLANTA, GA, September 02, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ — Chemtronics, a leader in high precision cleaners for the electronics and telecom industries, is offering a free guide to repairing flood damaged electronics and telecom equipment. When used with the included procedures, Chemtronics products are an efficient and effective tool for the recovery and restoration of electronic and telecommunications equipment.

The Chemtronics application guide “Recovery of Electronic, Electrical and Telecom Equipment from Catastrophic Water Damage” provides step-by-step instructions how to clean water damaged electronics, electric and fiber optic equipment. Download this free guide by clicking here.

Electronics, telecommunications equipment and fiber optic connections 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.

Chemtronics, a division of Illinois Tool Works (ITW), is the acknowledged industry leader in solutions for the electronics, telecommunications and critical environments markets. Products are engineered to meet a full array of cleaning, protecting, repairing, and PCB prototyping needs. Products include degreasers, flux removers, conformal coatings, solder mask, desoldering braid, board repair pens, cleanroom swabs and wipes, and fiber optic cleaners. For more information, go to www.chemtronics.com.

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