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no-clean flux removal

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 20 09:49:08 EST 2005 | Mike Konrad

Regarding the reference (Patrick) to a previous thread promoting �no-residue� fluxes, I must say that there is absolutely no such thing as �No-Residue� flux. There are �Low-Residue� fluxes and even �Very-Low� residue fluxes but to suggest that there

Re: voc free flux

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 01 21:18:31 EST 1999 | Chris Kelly

Glenn, There are both very good VOC-Free fluxes as well as alcohol based fluxes out there. This should be your primary focus if you are so lucky as to have to opportunity to actually select a flux! The use of nitrogen will benefit any no-clean pro

Re: VOC free flux

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 19 13:32:51 EDT 2000 | C.K.

Dave: The main part of your machine that VOC-Free fluxes attack is your spray fluxer itself. If you haven't already, you'll need to purchase a spray fluxer that's designed to accomodate water-based VOC-Free fluxes (i.e. made of stainless steel with

flux residue problem

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 04 02:09:03 EDT 2009 | sachu_70

Hi Walter, Do you refer to a sprayfluxer operation? The problem seems to be a parameter setting issue. 1. Ensure the wide angle spray reaches PCB with optimum jet pressure. You could pass a glass plate to understand flux coverage and view Jet pressur

voc free flux

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 28 17:05:13 EST 1999 | Glenn Peters

I require some feed back from any one who knows about using a voc free flux in a nitrogen wave solder machine soldering both through hle and smt componants. What disadvantages are there when using this flux? Do you have any contact details with any o

Rework using flux pens

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 07 13:06:16 EST 2002 | mregalia

My company has been doing its hand soldering using drip bottles for application of no-clean flux. This has created quite a few problems, especially on our microwave boards. I want to convert us over to flux pens. Does anyone have any suggestions or c

Liquid flux dispensing

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 28 11:47:16 EDT 2004 | GCronin

I am looking for a consistent method of applying no clean liquid flux to solder pads. My main concern is if I use a standard air-over type dispenser mounted to an automated arm that the liquid flux will make a mess and not be consistent. I'm not to

Wave flux and profiling

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 18 14:36:09 EST 2006 | samir

Yikes!! In-line cleaning, to clean cosmetic and benign residues (from a NO-CLEAN) flux... You sure you can't switch fluxes? Another variable with residues is the solder mask. Depending on mask type (glossy, matte, semi-gloss, or semi-matte), will

flux residue after HAL

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 29 01:25:32 EST 2006 | yusuf

About one year we have that problem with some of pcbs. Our customers told us about that. Because they can't mounting components on those pcb reason of flux residue. As you know flux not conductive chemical. We didn't change anything before having tha

VOC free flux

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 27 09:31:45 EDT 2011 | blnorman

In a different life, we switched to water based flux on one product line. With a little tweaking, process worked fine and our VOC emissions dropped. We tried to roll it out on another product and it never worked. The first side on this product had

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