Electronics Forum: corrosive (Page 1 of 39)


Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 12 14:36:59 EDT 2005 | pjc

Electrovert's corrosion tests show that it's less corrosive to SS than SAC but it still exhibited corrosive characteristics. What they can't tell from the tests yet is how long before the corrosion starts with the alloy. To be 100% sure, Electrover

gold connectors

Electronics Forum | Thu May 30 14:35:00 EDT 2002 | davef

Hey Jim, What can you tell us about the causes, results, and prevention of 'fretting corrosion' in connectors? Jim, I'm not adding this to insult you, but as a source of more information for those that are not familiar with the topic. Background o

PCB Gold Pad Corrosion.

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 20 05:10:10 EDT 2017 | thaneshsivanadian

Hi Guys, Currently im seeing corrosion on a gold pad as i shown in the picture. May i know is this corrosion or pad oxidation?? This defect were found after complete of all process including cleaning and im using water-soluble flux to run the produ


Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 27 17:33:25 EST 2000 | Dave F

Ramon: I guarantee you there is corrosion on the solderable surfaces of your board. The issues are: * Flux selected is capable of removing the corrosion at hand. * Processes for applying the flux and soldering the board are effective for the sele

Ecofree 303 conductive and corrosive?

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 24 04:46:54 EDT 2009 | joannetjy

Hi Radek, Thanks for your reply. I use this flux with manual soldering process for the product. Is this flux suitable for manual soldering? or it is only for wave soldering? I have sent the board for analysis, and the report shown that the white res

nickel corrosion

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 15 11:17:03 EDT 2010 | davef

Things don't disappear completely. If something caused nickel corrosion, the nickel corrosion by-product would be in place of the nickel. Is it possible that ... There never was any nickel? We know that the nickel will diffuse into the copper. Th

Flux Conductivity

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 13 20:58:45 EDT 2002 | davef

Kevin: What was the thinking behind your using a flux that required cleaning �on a post wash assemble for a power switch�? How do you keep the remaining corrosive flux residues from causing trouble [ie, corrosion, CAF, etc]?

Black Pad

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 25 08:09:13 EDT 2003 | razor

Thanks for response. I do wish to qualify that I got the alleged role of Nickel use for corrosion resistance from an article authored by Jason Gjesvold, IS IT REALLY BLACK PAD?, "Phosphorus rich Ni alloys are often used for corrosion resistance duri

Storage Conditions for Finished Goods

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 11 14:02:53 EST 2005 | DasalIntercept

Bag it. Static Intercept and Corrosion Intercept packaging will be able stave off atmospheric corrosion and protect your solderability for a long time. Write me at dasalintercept@hotmail.com for more technical information.

Is This Corrosion?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 20 17:12:25 EST 2009 | smt_guy

Thanks guys. They are seen on some of the pads too. What will happen if I continue to solder them and I got a good solder joint formation? Will the pad continue to erode or corode in due time? or the solder that will recoat its surface will prevent

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