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What is the acceptable Halide content of "Halide Free" Flux ??

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 25 14:32:37 EST 2002 | Kelvin

We always talk about the halide free fluxes and solder pastes. Is there anyone tell me what is the industrial acceptable level of halide content or contamination in flux residue? All comment are welcome !!! Kelvin

Factory Lighting - specs and measurement ?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 12 11:11:50 EDT 2002 | davef

J-STD-001 guideline of 1000 lm/m^2 [93 fc] seems high, but it is the minimum level of illumination that operators and inspectors should have to perform their tasks. IESNA LPD Architectural Recommendations Type of Facility General Area percent / fc

What is the acceptable Halide content of

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 25 21:13:12 EST 2002 | davef

No, none of us can tell you what is the acceptable level of halide content or contamination in flux residue. The level of harmful residues on your product helps determine the reliability of your product. We know nothing of your product, its custome

What is the acceptable Halide content of

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 25 21:14:25 EST 2002 | davef

This sounds like information bantied-about by the fine folk at CSL [Contamination Studies Laboratories in Kokomo, IN]. If so, this includes the sum of the halides from the following sources: * Fabricated board * Components * Processing of the assemb

solder paste selection for an oxidized pin?

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 14 14:43:46 EDT 2008 | jax

Pump up the Halides.

Low Halide Wave soldering Flux

Electronics Forum | Wed May 25 17:29:58 EDT 2005 | Peter

We are evaluating a low halide Water soldering flux (Aim WS716). Has anyone had good/bad experience with it? Our operator has mentioned strong and irrating smell, even when standing a foot away from the conveyor entry/exit. The fluxer is embedded w

Hand Sanitizer

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 18 04:19:33 EDT 2009 | gregoryyork

Glycerine on a PCB is very bad news as it is Hygroscopic and can attract moisture to the Circuit. Alot of this used to be used in HASL Fluxes and is a no go for Circuits that are not going to be washed. They too could dissolve the natural Halides fro

Mixing no-clean solder with activated

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 25 20:35:44 EDT 2001 | davef

According to J-STD-004 "Requirements for Soldering Fluxes", fluxes are classified by their chemical composition, activity level and halide content. In this scheme, each flux type is identified by a 4-character designator, where: * First two character

What is the acceptable Halide content of

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 25 15:09:06 EST 2002 | jax

Kelvin, You can find the Standard acceptable levels and testing procedures from IPC. Here's a little advice from the fellas' over at PCFAB: As a guideline, we recommend that for assemblies processed with low-solids flux technology and that are not cl

Solder Paste Flux corrosive?

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 15 06:16:35 EDT 2009 | geb

Hi, We're using solder paste opposed to solder wire for hand soldering certain components. We are also using high temperature soldering irons with 450deg C tips as we are soldering onto aluminium (IMS) PCBs. The quantity of tips which we go through

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