Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 24 10:49:12 EDT 2008 | slthomas
100 CFM at each exhaust if you're using room air, 25 CFM/ea if you're using nitrogen (according to my manual...never used nitrogen myself) per their specified delivery rates.
Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 08 04:49:09 EST 2014 | cspasol
Anybody know what is the standard CFM of HEXI reflow? Our reflow oven SF-820-LF has no exhaust fan. So from our facility what should be the required CFM.
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 10 03:28:04 EST 2014 | cspasol
Thank you for the information. I have 1 more thing to ask, Venting: Three 4” (102mm) dia. flanges 200 CFM (340m3/h) ea. What thus three 4" specify? Is it the number of exhaust ventilation? and 200 CFM could be the specs per exhaust?
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 23 09:36:51 EST 2008 | operator
"A minimal ventilation rate of 0.05 cfm per square foot," This would be per Cubic Feet correct? In our factory that would be about 40,000CFM.(3 ACH) If we wanted 10 ACH we would need apprx. 120,000CFM. We probably have about 2,000-4,000CFM currently.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 06 23:32:19 EDT 2008 | darby
It SHOULD be written on the machine. I have had/have 1500 Hellers that range from 60cfm to 500cfm Check the fine smtnet archives. http://www.smtnet.com/forums/index.cfm?fuseaction=view_thread&CFApp=1&Thread_ID=8859Message35065
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 01 07:55:33 EST 2001 | rrmccann
There is a lot of good information on the topline website at http://www.toplinedummy.com/catalog.cfm.
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 24 14:44:07 EDT 1998 | Joe Devaney
Go here for equipment survey: http://www.cassembly.com/pp/pp_toc.cfm
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 02 13:22:25 EST 1998 | p.l.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 08 13:26:02 EST 2002 | Claude_Couture
check this site: http://www.necmitsubishi.com/products/index.cfm
Electronics Forum | Tue May 21 10:02:15 EDT 2002 | cfraser
Currently, we are using Siemens Siplac machines with a CFM line that includes in circuit test.