Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 23 08:43:35 EDT 2005 | SuMoTe
Hello all, I am using a led base past on a very thick board. Profiles are 260c in final zone. Currently I am using Biral "NoMelt" grease. This is not good enough for my process. After 1-2 shifts all of the grease is gone. What are you all using?
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 23 14:23:00 EDT 2005 | pjc
Most ovens I know use oil to lubricate conveyor chain, not grease. Anyway, is this what you're using: NMG No Melt Grease NLGI 2 (operates from -20�C to +270�C) NMG is a long-fibred highly adhesive grease which does not melt or drip at high temperat
Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 28 22:15:45 EDT 2005 | iwan
I agree with Pete, I prefer to use High Temp Lubricant. Because it more clean compare to High Temp Grease. Usually i only do a few drip for 3-5 days, because purpose of lubricant is to make chain & shaft smooth.Since Biral is expensive lubricant i us
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 23 14:25:50 EDT 2005 | pjc
Here's the oil: BIO 30 - Biral Industrial oil (operates to +300�C ) BIO 30 is an extremely high quality synthetic industrial oil for a wide number of applications. BIO 30 leaves no carbon deposits and is highly resistant to oxidation. An outstandin