Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 08 18:14:00 EDT 2003 | Brian W.
I had an Omni10 that was set up for nitrogen, but also required a water chiller. Make sure your oven wasn't set up to be run with one. If, it was, I know a couple places that sell chillers which will meet the requirements. Brian W.
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 04 12:07:18 EDT 2003 | cyber_wolf
Hi all, We recently purchased an Omniflow 10 and I am setting up some new recipes. I am told that you can crank the belt speed up pretty fast on this oven. The recipe I am working on now has a belt speed of 30 ipm. What should I have the belt speed
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 08 16:15:50 EDT 2003 | X
Oh, I see, concerning the fee. Sorry. Running NitroCool without N2 is possible, but cooling performance will be weak. You will want to get the higest flow out of the blowers. Try taking it all apart to remove bits that abstruct flow. Good luck.
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 18 11:07:39 EDT 2003 | donbell
SR. Tech: I have worked with Omniflo 7 and 10 ovens for many years. I purchased several 10 zone ovens in '98 when I worked for Ericsson. Here are some of my experinces with Electrovert Omniflo ovens; Yes, you can expect to run the conveyor speed a
Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 06 21:50:09 EDT 2003 | Hoss
Sr. Assuming you are processing the garden variety 63/37 paste on FR4 substrates, a good starting point is to plan for 3.5 to 4.5 minutes of process time on the board. If you measure the total heated length of your oven and you use the range above,
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 08 06:50:45 EDT 2003 | cyber_wolf
Thanks. I have another question. I believe this machine was originally set up to run nitrogen. In the cooling section there are two chambers. One with a radiator air/nitrogen knives and the other section/chamber has a blower. Instead of running nitr