Electronics Forum | Mon May 24 15:50:11 EDT 2004 | Rob
hi all What do you think about soldering pb-free in reflow oven (air) lenght 1,7m (5 zones top,bottom) with max zone temp. 300C? Do you think that this process will be stable? Our max PCb dimension 260x260 mm. When i compare different oven producer t
Electronics Forum | Mon May 24 17:32:18 EDT 2004 | pjc
Look to the no-Pb solderpaste mfr. specs for on-board temps. For example, Indium Corp. has a product that performs at on-board temps of 229C. Now, your BTU oven will handle this no problem, as will most modern ovens. Its all about thermal mass. Look
Electronics Forum | Mon May 24 16:45:44 EDT 2004 | Bob
BTU as well as most oven manufactuers have great products. If they fit what your looking for and can give you good support(preferably local) then you should not really see any quality problems with their products. With the oven max temperature of 300
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 03 15:40:39 EST 2006 | chrisgriffin
Hello, I am looking for replacement cooling fans for the BTU oven cooling zone. The oven is a P98 model. BTU is back ordered, and I can't wait. Does anyone have any extras to sell, or know of an alternate source? Any help is greatly appreciated.