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Current Stabilized 2016-03-09

Detection of Chloride and Bromide Contamination of Electronic Equipment(STABILIZED Mar 2016) ARP1360B

This recommended practice covers a test for detecting residual chlorides and bromides on electronic equipment.

The detailed procedures noted herein are based on laboratory and production experience and reflect those design practices and fabrication procedures, such as wave soldering, that require the use of activated flux for solder connections. This procedure has been used as a means of satisfying the intent of MIL-STD-454, Requirement 5, which permits the use of only R or RMA flux.

ARP1360B
2016-03-09
Latest
Stabilized
ARP1360A
2010-03-05
Historical
Reaffirmed
ARP1360
2000-10-01
Historical
Reaffirmed

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