Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 07 10:59:15 EDT 2017 | capse
I looked at the tech data for the coating. It appears to need an explosion proof oven for curing (flammable vapors from solvent). I doubt the Heller reflow is explosion proof type oven.
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 05 05:37:43 EDT 2018 | balachandran
Recently we have seen the BGA Ball collapsing issue in the field. The unit has the clean manufacturing records at factory, But in the same unit we did the cross section and found Ball explosion only in VDD and VDDQ pins. Can anyone help me to underst
Electronics Forum | Sun Jul 26 20:54:40 EDT 1998 | Masdi Muhammad
Hi, Need some advice on how to eliminate or reduce the solder on finger that we are having right now. So far what we understand is that 90% of the problem is due to the reflow process where solder traps in vias causing explosion when subjecte
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 12 08:12:20 EDT 1999 | robert parker
any advice on smt resistors and capacitor that can survive an explosive shock. the ceramic smts are not, plastic ic's and discretes do fine.
Electronics Forum | Mon May 24 11:02:31 EDT 2004 | blnorman
As stated above, Hydrogen is EXPLOSIVE, very bad idea. Management might have meant HELIUM, also inert.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 30 17:29:30 EST 2020 | stephendo
Even if it is no where near the pumps it is probably certified explosion proof. Could they have had aluminum sheets, painted them, cured them, stenciled conductive traces, cured it, stenciled conductive adhesive, populated parts, cured it then singu
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 09 16:37:14 EDT 1999 | John Thorup
| Just curious what effect pinholes and solder voids can have on solder joints that have high current passing thru them. Also could moisture from steam sterilization (autoclaving) get inside a said solder joint and then outgas during high current, an
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 08 12:52:57 EDT 2003 | davef
So, if you give your customers design guidelines and one their products causes a cataclysmic explosion, resulting in the deaths and disfigurement of many handicaped third-world children, could a lawyer consider you responsible? Spec Fir Tree General
Electronics Forum | Thu May 27 21:41:44 EDT 2004 | valuepr
Im not an expert at this, but im going to have to agree with blnorman. I wouldn't use Hydrogen, its very explosive. I would look into a considering a new oven to cut back on cost. Yes you will have to put out the money for a new unit, but if it reduc
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 01 18:14:13 EDT 2007 | swag
We had the same trouble. We baked our boards out but the delamination continued very random. One board would be fine and the next was a nasty explosion of delam. Switched material - no problems since. I never found out the technical reason behind