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PCB contamination

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 09 16:31:49 EDT 2013 | alfredodsanchez

Hello everyone! I have a problem with PCB, we detect that some contamiation apear (dark spots similar to glue or underfill) we detect that this element is Policarbonate. I don't know if on PCB fabrication process some policarbonate are used. We alr

lead contamination

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 07 13:15:06 EDT 2015 | markhoch

You can most certainly use the same reflow oven for both leaded and lead-free pastes. Obviously your thermal profiles will be different, as the lead-free paste should have a higher reflow temp. As long as your oven has adequate exhaust and flux manag

Solder pot contamination

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 09 11:34:25 EDT 2004 | Woodsmt

I am looking for data / info on how flux may contaminate the solder in a Wave. I have a customer who requires a no clean process. Our wave is equipped with 2 separate fluxing systems and I would like to use OA in one and the No Clean in the other. Th

Solder pot contamination

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 09 20:47:21 EDT 2004 | KEN

I think OA flux left on the pot would quickly looses its activity and become part of the dross waste stream, and smoke stream for that matter. Also, if your wave is setup properly your selective pallets will scour (push) the top of the lambda wav

Re: Board contamination

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 14 11:00:38 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Mario: Your ask a very broad question and give no background information. Generally, the amount and type of residues present on a printed circuit board at the very beginning of a SMT line depends on the exposure of the board up to that point. For

contamination on copper

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 16 11:03:35 EDT 2004 | davef

Your copper corrosion is not good. It indicates that you have not done a good job in cleaning. [We assume this is a medium green color, not unlike the color of the solder mask on your board, that is almost like a translucent lacquer; rather than th

Lead free contamination at reflow

Electronics Forum | Tue May 16 07:44:42 EDT 2006 | Chunks

Hi smtspecialist (man I gotta get me a name soon), NO! Your oven cannot contaminate your process. Unless you have flux residues dripping on your board, there is nothing to worry about. Now having your operators switch from leaded to lead-free smo

Lead free contamination at reflow

Electronics Forum | Sun May 21 19:18:52 EDT 2006 | grantp

Hi, I think you should be ok, as the contamination in a reflow oven is generally flux from what I have seen. I have never heard to the solder metals itself being inside the oven apart from some paste in hole we did that sometimes dropped a bit of so

Lead free contamination at reflow

Electronics Forum | Tue May 16 08:42:12 EDT 2006 | smtspecialist

Thanks Chunks, I do have a very good maintenance done on a monthly basis to clean the accumulation of flux and I never saw nothing dripping, the operators says sometimes that I'm a bit too picky on the cleaning but that's the key to impress customer

Lead free contamination at reflow

Electronics Forum | Thu May 18 08:12:22 EDT 2006 | marc

smt You should have no issue using your exsisting oven for both leaded and lead free materials if the machine is capable of delivering the desired profiles. One aspect that makes a "lead free" oven is the design of the system. Ability to reach th

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