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Determining Lead To Be A Hazard

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 22 16:01:45 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Lee: How do the folks over in Europe determine that the lead used in electronic assemble is a hazard? What do they do with their electronic products that gets the lead in to their bodies? Without contesting that lead is a hazard, how do people co

Solder paste tube disposal

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 27 17:35:39 EDT 1999 | Jon Wentz

Recently, our solder dross reclaimer refused to take our used solder paste tubes. He said the small percent of paste remaining in the tube is now considered hazardous waste. I'm interested in advice on how others are disposing of this "hazardous wast

Hazards of Lead solder fumes?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 22 06:30:09 EDT 2009 | dwl

I'll bet it tastes like chicken...

Stencil cleaner

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 24 15:57:43 EST 2013 | ccouture

as you know, alcool is extremely flamable, the vapors are hazardous, prolonged contact with skin is not recommended, etc...

Re: Solder paste tube disposal

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 27 18:01:04 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

Recently, our solder dross reclaimer refused to take our used solder paste tubes. He said the small percent of paste remaining in the tube is now considered hazardous waste. I'm interested in advice on how others are disposing of this "hazardou

Re: Solder paste tube disposal

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 01 13:44:42 EDT 1999 | Dave F

Recently, our solder dross reclaimer refused to take our used solder paste tubes. He said the small percent of paste remaining in the tube is now considered hazardous waste. I'm interested in advice on how others are disposing of this "hazardou

Handskin reaction!!

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 04 07:19:19 EST 2005 | sureguo

I guess it would be the work related reaction as there is many hazardous substance in the SMT process, such heavey metal, flame retardant, which are known for its hazard to enviroment and human health. actually, in our factory, maybe because of lack

Hazardous material classification question

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 26 11:10:36 EDT 2006 | slthomas

We're dealing with upcoming (Oct. 2008) requirements for secondary containment of hazardous material that are dependant upon volume. 20 gallons or 200 lbs. (dry). Our washer has a 60 gallon wash sump and a 35 gallon rinse sump. The challeng is how

Dross Eliminator

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 02 15:35:46 EDT 2006 | solderiron

Be careful and review the MSDS sheets on any dross inhibitor reducer etc. Most are extremely hazardous. We offer a product that is not hazardous it melts at pot temp. forms an oily substrate, removes the good solder from the dross. Also can be used a

Contaminate PCB surface

Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 03 17:21:45 EST 2011 | davef

We can't tell much from your pictures, except there are rounded gray blobs that could be solder. If that's the case, you need to get that solder hotter. Please give us the temperature readings of those blobs during reflow. You mentioned that you're

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