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cartridge filter for lead

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 19 12:59:43 EST 1999 | Wade

I am looking for a source of replaceable cartridge filters to remove lead that is in solution in the water from my defluxing system. All sources and/or comments are appreciated!

Re: cartridge filter for lead

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 24 11:38:42 EST 1999 | John Thorup

Hi Wade As Steve says - are you sure that the lead is in solution? Particulate lead like solder balls is much easier to remove. The answers are going to depend on total output in gallons, maximum flow required and what has to be removed. If you're

Re: cartridge filter for lead

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 30 16:35:58 EST 1999 | Dave F

The lead Wade is speaking about is not (technically) in solution. It is in suspension (or someting like that). The lead is solder balls, flakes, and the like that is offal from his soldering process. He needs to filter this material from the waste

Re: cartridge filter for lead

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 23 09:58:46 EST 1999 | STEVE CACCIOLA

I'm not a chemical guy, I'm a cleaning system guy. From my experience, lead does not normally go into solution unless there is an additive to your water (i.e saponifier), and if this is the case, you will need a membrane system (R.O.) to get it back

Solder paste transfer from jar to cartridge

Electronics Forum | Tue May 11 15:56:10 EDT 2010 | davef

First, you mix the paste in the jar with the centrifugal thing-a-ma-jig. Then what? So, how are you going to get the paste from the jar into the syringe [cartridge], anyhow? Are you going to use an Atlas Tool? How are you going to de-air the syri

Solder paste transfer from jar to cartridge

Electronics Forum | Tue May 11 14:17:55 EDT 2010 | isd_jwendell

Getting the paste from the jar and into the cartridge without entrapping air can be difficult. Can you not just transfer the 500g jar into smaller working jars? This way you can keep the bulk of your paste refrigerated until needed. Air is not your f

Solder paste transfer from jar to cartridge

Electronics Forum | Tue May 11 08:35:26 EDT 2010 | cyber_wolf

If you see flux separation mix the paste with a spatula before you transfer it. There is no need for a centrifugal mixer.

Solder paste transfer from jar to cartridge

Electronics Forum | Tue May 11 09:44:48 EDT 2010 | dyoungquist

Lower humidity: Pros: Helps with mositure sentative devices. Cons: 1)Paste exposed to the dry air during your porcess will dry out quicker. 2) Drier air promotes more ESD issues, i.e. more electrostatic generation.

Solder paste transfer from jar to cartridge

Electronics Forum | Thu May 13 01:27:01 EDT 2010 | cobar

The problems that could be introduced by attempting to transfer paste into alternate containers far outweighs the penalty of wastage of paste.My grandmother doesnt receive a rebate from the filling stations because she only travels 50 miles a month w

Solder paste transfer from jar to cartridge

Electronics Forum | Thu May 13 03:20:36 EDT 2010 | aungthura

it is true.My supplier only sell the sodler paste in Jar,1 jar must have 500g( minimum), although we wanted 250g par jar.

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