Electronics Forum: good flux for reball (Page 1 of 10)

Re: What's a good sub for 1,1,1-trichloroethylene

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 23 14:13:48 EDT 1999 | Bill Schreiber

Dear James, What is your application? Are you cleaning PCBs, pallets, tooling, etc? Is the flux pre or post solder? Bill Schreiber I am looking for some recommendations for a cleaner for rosin flux. James

Re: What's a good sub for 1,1,1-trichloroethylene

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 26 13:15:51 EDT 1999 | jseagle

I guess I wasn't too specific. We currently use 1,1,1 for spot cleaning and minimal rework of PCBs. If there is a lot of rework on a PCB we will use water soluble flux and wash it. This may turn out to be our only alternative, but I hate washing a

Re: What's a good sub for 1,1,1-trichloroethylene

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 26 16:50:12 EDT 1999 | Bill Schreiber

If you were cleaning pallets, BTU air amplifiers or other tooling, I could provide some recomendations. However, we are not involved with the post solder cleaning of PCBs. Sorry. Regards, Bill Schreiber I guess I wasn't too specific. We current

What's a good sub for 1,1,1-trichloroethylene

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 22 11:55:55 EDT 1999 | jseagle

I am looking for some recommendations for a cleaner for rosin flux. James

Re: What's a good sub for 1,1,1-trichloroethylene

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 22 14:44:30 EDT 1999 | Scott McKee

I am looking for some recommendations for a cleaner for rosin flux. James Popular is an Organic Saponifier Cleaner from Alphametals, the name is 2110. Requires a 5%-7% mix ratio with DI water. IPA is also used but is getting on the "no n

Re: What's a good sub for 1,1,1-trichloroethylene

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 22 16:36:06 EDT 1999 | Mike Konrad

Scott is right, Alpha' 2110 is a good saponifier (be careful though as it can dull your leads). Saponifiers in general are better if used in an aggressive spray-in-air system. Low agitation immersion systems (heated baths or refurbished vapor degre

Re: Tape and shunts are good ideas for WS *BUT*...

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 03 08:29:24 EDT 1998 | Dave F

SMD: Sounds interesting. What is the contact information on Steve? Dave F Right now we are taping the goldfingers which is effective but also expensive. Also, some tape was leaving yellow marks on the goldfingers. We're trying the so-called go

Tape and shunts are good ideas for WS *BUT*...

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 28 07:02:59 EDT 1998 | smd

Right now we are taping the goldfingers which is effective but also expensive. Also, some tape was leaving yellow marks on the goldfingers. We're trying the so-called goldfinger glove from Steven's Products. It's a very small company (probably one gu

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

Does anyone still use a foaming stone for flux in Wave Solder Machine?

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 08 08:37:55 EST 2018 | proceng1

We have two Wave Solder machines and still use the FOAMING flux, but the formula we used to use was discontinued, and the one we are currently using isn't as good. I'm hoping that others are still foaming and will share what flux formula they are us

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