Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 19 10:56:20 EST 2004 | rlackey
Hi Mike, We mainly use chillers for the operators - we build a lot of thick & palletised boards that retain the heat. Having a chiller means we can pick the board up earlier after the oven & it's cooler. With leadfree you will have higher temperat
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 30 14:29:52 EST 1999 | Jay Claybrook
Looking for information on portable chillers or coolers used with the water type recirculation heat exchanger cooling modules on the TRS21 BTU double furnace ovens. For use where you don't have a chilled water supply in the facility. Any info would
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 | Fri Jul 07 14:11:14 EDT 2006 | japsola
I have noticed the Chinese wave solder manufacturer's are using chillers for their nitrogen inerted waves. I am perplexed as to why they do this as I haven't seen this on any other manufacturer's equipment manufactured in North America. Any ideas wh
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 01 00:03:31 EDT 2010 | saukat
Hi.. I am optimizing the reflow oven temperature setting, Interested to know the ideal incoming chiller water temp. My machine is running lead-free process with the incoming chiller water at 12 degree C. Regards,
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 18 16:09:12 EST 2004 | ms
Hi Everyone. Are many of you using Bravo 8105 reflow ovens with chiller units? What have your experience been like with them. Are they reliable? If you had the choice would you get another? Is having them an advantage with lead free production?