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Requirements for a room with SMT equipment

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#78902

Requirements for a room with SMT equipment | 20 September, 2017

Hi everyone!!! I am founding information about requirements for a room, where SMT machine will be located. Can anybody help? where and what can I read - mey be who know?

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#78903

Requirements for a room with SMT equipment | 20 September, 2017

Talk to the sales person that sold the equipment. If it is new equipment talk to the manufacturer.

You will need electrical power and air. You will want the room to be clean and dust free. You will need to vent oven air to the outside. You will probably need air conditioning.

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#78907

Requirements for a room with SMT equipment | 20 September, 2017

Some requirements to consider are:

* Humidity and temperature controlled according to J-STD-001

* Electro-static discharge (ESD) control program according to ANSI/ESD-S-20.20.

* Soldering technicians are trained and certified according to J-STD-001

* Solder flux requirements adhere to J-STD-004.

* Solder paste purity requirements adhere to J-STD-005.

* Solder purity requirements adhere to J-STD-006.

* Requirement for cleanliness of assemblies is in accordance with J-STD-001.

* Moisture Sensitive Devices (MSDs) to be handled according to J-STD-033.

* Base board PCBs are specified according to IPC-A-600.

* Maintain operating procedures for setup and the proper operation of soldering equipment in accordance with J-STD-001.

* Use Statistical Process Control (SPC) to control soldering processes in accordance with J-STD-001.

* Inspect bottom terminated components to assure good process control in accordance with J-STD-001.

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#78923

Requirements for a room with SMT equipment | 22 September, 2017

Make sure the floor is strong enough to support your equipment. I have heard stories of people putting placement machines weighing 2 tons, on 2nd story wood floors. I would not want to work on the 1st floor....

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#79254

Requirements for a room with SMT equipment | 27 October, 2017

Might i suggest reading the IPC-610-F (or any recent revision). Even if you are not going to build to it, you should get some idea of what your product should look like and some basic requirements.

A good experienced SMT Engineer sounds like a good 1st investment.

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#79262

Requirements for a room with SMT equipment | 30 October, 2017

Thank you for information. i will read that!

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#79266

Requirements for a room with SMT equipment | 30 October, 2017

One thing that most of the sites I've worked in did NOT have was a room dedicated to SMT and the result is almost always a potentially dirty environment, even if you try hard to keep it clean.

The one place I worked where they built a room specifically for SMT was always clean except for when we removed the blasted oven exhaust filters for maintenance.

HVAC dedicated to your room and designed to produce positive pressure as well as consistent temperature and humidity is a wonderful thing.

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#79267

Requirements for a room with SMT equipment | 30 October, 2017

Yeah, I think Stephen suggested the most efficient way. Or call the manufacturer's service hotline, they customer service will tell all the things you need.

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