Electronics Forum: flux activiation for wave soldering (Page 1 of 5)

best foam flux for pb-free wave soldering with alloy Sn100

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 04 08:45:37 EDT 2007 | meritajs

Hi, colleagues! We only start using pb-free tehnology Our wave have foam fluxer What kind of flux would be best if we will use Sn100 solderbar What is your experience Best regards Peter

best foam flux for pb-free wave soldering with alloy Sn100

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 04 10:48:25 EDT 2007 | pjc

Indium Corp. has some, 3549-HF and 3590-T, both are OK for foaming. Most of the better performing newer fluxes require spray application for best performance. Alpha, Kester and others have wave fluxes too. http://www.indium.com/products/circuitboar

Best liquid flux for SN100 wave

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 26 20:14:48 EDT 2021 | goldendragon

Hello gen, Is there any recommendation of a liquid flux for SN100 solder bar on wave? Appreciates!

Securing components for wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 19 08:52:02 EDT 2004 | Omega

Try spraying flux on top of the loaded PWB when you put it on the conveyor. The tackiness of the flux does a pretty fair job of keeping the axial leaded parts down to the board. This takes more cleaning, but it has worked wonders for me on assemblies

spray gun for flux

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 19 16:05:10 EST 2018 | ldavis

I created a spray fluxer for our wave solder years ago that is still working well although does consume a lot of flux and is also rather messy. It's cheap and easy though so what the heck, right? I just machined a manifold that will hold four BETE

Pad design for SMD Bottomside wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed May 09 10:40:10 EDT 2001 | davef

First, your primary side component pads should be designed according to SM-782A, "Surface Mount design & Land Pattern Standard". Next if you did that and your secondary side component pads are the same size as your primary side components, your diff

Basic requirements for lead free wave soldering ?

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 21 15:09:11 EST 2006 | russ

Read your flux data, it will answer all of your questions

What flux are you using for spray/ dropjet (Selective Solder)

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 26 08:51:52 EST 2019 | marwan

we're using the Balverzinn Cobar 390-RX-HT and it wery good for wave and selective soldering and he can support a verry high temperatures

Re: pre-heat settings for wave solder

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 20 20:43:00 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Gary: Your flux supplier is the person for you to ask this question. For instance, the Lonco Superflo 26F that Jason was talking about last week has a preheat of 85�C to 110�C. * Thickness and number of layers of your board will affect you choice o

Re: pre-heat settings for wave solder

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 22 11:09:11 EDT 2000 | C.K.

TYPE of Preheater makes a HUGE difference, as well. Infrared (IR) and convection, 2 of the most common types of preheaters, have very different heat transfer characteristics..... Convection heats your board more uniformly, so you'll see very small

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