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Incomplete reflow

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 04 18:16:43 EDT 2014 | garym4569

We are in the process of launching a new product and found reflow solder issue with one of the inductors. I have set oven profile to paste specifications. I just finished profiling with thermocouple under problem component. All other components ex

Seeking very low volume production reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 28 12:27:55 EDT 2006 | jdumont

Not to turn this into a used equipment war but I have a Heller 1088 4 zone i could sell for $4K in a month or so. We just got in a new BTU Pyramax98 and will soon have no use for the Heller....

reflow oven advice

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 20 16:21:54 EDT 2013 | woodsmt

I would reccomend at least a 8 zone system when doing RoHs. Most of the better systems (Vitronics, heller, BTU, ETC) built since 2006 should be able to run the higher temps for Pb Free. Should be a lot of them on the market world wide (used) with l

Replacement for nitrogen in the reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Wed May 26 02:58:04 EDT 2004 | johnwnz

Let's not be hasty about the BTU, the Pyramax consums even more N2 than the Paragon that it replaced by something like another 40%! and the Electrovert aint that much better although it's been a while since I looked at them.

BTU Paragon 150 Reflow Oven

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 24 19:18:40 EDT 2006 | sessioc

OK guys here is the skinny..... > > We need an > oven that can handle lead free temps without > slowing the belt speed under 28 or so in. per > min. > > BTU tells me that they don't recommend an > oven that maxes any less than 350 C. > > Is an

BTU Paragon 150 Reflow Oven

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 20 04:28:31 EDT 2005 | Rob

Pyramax 150 is a low cost newer version of the Paragon 150, the Paragon is a newer version of the VIP. The VIP is great for lead free (as confirmed to us by BTU, who told us it was pointless upgrading that particular oven to a Pyramax). You may nee

Reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 01 09:46:06 EDT 2015 | asifjaleel

Hello Evtimov, Thank you for your reply. I have received the quote for the BTU Pyramax. How about the preventive maintenance compared with other ovens in the market..?

How to identify any Vibration Source in Reflow Oven

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 08 01:13:46 EDT 2019 | ameenullakhan

Thanks a lot everyone. For the valuable knowledge sharing. And technical links. ( will go through it ) We have BTU oven ( Pyramax X 150N ). Regards, Ameen

Pin Hole Issue after Reflow Soldering - Passive Components

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 13 05:11:58 EST 2018 | ameenullakhan

Hi, We are using 10+2 reflow oven ( BTU Pyramax 150 ). We have tried with short TAL ( RTS profile too ). As of Now we are using the attached profile, which has given us lot better results. But the issue is not eliminated. Thanks

8 Zone Vs 7 Zone Reflow Oven

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 10 12:09:04 EST 2004 | rlackey

Contax are not always the most responsive of companies in the UK. Besides, you get a lot more for your money with BTU Pyramax's or Vitronics Soltec and very good service.

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