Electronics Forum: fluxes (Page 1 of 499)

VOC-free fluxes

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 13 04:30:01 EDT 1999 | Brian

Hi! I recently remarked on a thread that so-called VOC-free fluxes weren't. As a result, I got three private e-mails asking what I meant. As this seems to be unclear, I'm starting a new thread with my explanation, rather than sending out the answers

Hand soldering rework fluxes

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 14 16:32:58 EST 1999 | Dave Jurena

Hi all, I thought I'd use this forum to ask a couple general questions on fluxes for manual operations: First - Is it OK to use a wave soldering type flux (specifically OA)? Thinking about activation temperatures and the ramp rate of the wave solder

Re: VOC-free fluxes

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 13 11:38:49 EDT 1999 | Dave F

Brian: Nicely done. You're correct ... I never "understood" VOC-Free Fluxes. Now, I realize that I understood them, but I just didn't get it. Also, that's for posting this, rather than "going off-line." Ta Dave F

OSP with no clean fluxes

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 19 18:44:23 EDT 1998 | Steve

Does anyone have wave solder experience using OSP and VOC free no clean flux?

Re: Hand soldering rework fluxes

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 15 03:30:10 EST 1999 | Jeff Sanchez

| Hi all, | | I thought I'd use this forum to ask a couple general questions on fluxes for manual operations: | First - Is it OK to use a wave soldering type flux (specifically OA)? Thinking about activation temperatures and the ramp rate of the wav

Re: Hand soldering rework fluxes

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 15 10:52:27 EST 1999 | John

| Hi all, | | I thought I'd use this forum to ask a couple general questions on fluxes for manual operations: | First - Is it OK to use a wave soldering type flux (specifically OA)? Thinking about activation temperatures and the ramp rate of the wav

J-Std-001C Class 3 Soldering with WS fluxes

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 23 15:41:31 EDT 2002 | habs24

Does anyone have any information or experience soldering of class 3 products with WS fluxes. We are currently leaning toward Alpha WS609 flux, however the customer's interpretation of J-Std-001C feels that type 'H' fluxes (WS) are not allowed. Any

Re: OSP with no clean fluxes

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 19 19:07:07 EDT 1998 | Earl Moon

| Does anyone have wave solder experience using OSP and VOC free no clean flux? Well, Steve you back in action. Yes, it works fine. Earl Moon

J-Std-001C Class 3 Soldering with WS fluxes

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 24 22:45:54 EDT 2002 | davef

WS609 is a wonderful paste. J-STD-001, 4.2 states words to the effect that for Class 3 products Type H or M fluxes should only be used for tinning operatins. Most water soluable fluxes are either H or M. I believe that you can use Type H or M flux

Difference between Alpha metals SLS65 and E191 fluxes

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 30 16:18:37 EDT 2002 | mantis

Can anyone tell me the difference between the these 2 fluxes as i cant find a data sheet(i searched the alpha metals website) for the E191.I know the the 2 fluxes are both no clean but other than that?? The reason i ask is i found some E191 in our st

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