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Reflow oven/wave solder air quality filter

Electronics Forum | Tue May 09 02:18:45 EDT 2006 | Helmi

Hi, My company is using HEPA filter to improve air quality coming out of oven/wave solder. But the cost of such filter is quite high and we need to improve the consumption. Any suggestion from fellow experts out there? a. Anybody did a cost reduc

Soldering fumes

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 19 22:07:05 EST 2001 | davef

Your carbon filters are getting gummed-up by the smoke component of the fumes. [Your carbon filter is intended to remove the vapor portion of the fumes.] You need a cheap bag filter in front of the carbon filter that you can sacrifice. These fumes

New Facility Advise/Questions

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 06 12:21:21 EST 2020 | rgduval

We wanted to filter the exhaust from the oven and selective solder...so, the ducting from the machines went into a common plenum that contained both a particulate filter, and a HEPA filter. That plenum exhaust was connected to a roof fan that vented


Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 07 19:31:02 EST 2004 | kenBliss

Bliss Industries has been offering a complete system for years. Our Solder Recovery system allows the operator to remove dross and solder safely, service the pump and contain all the fumes. The solids ends up in a drum ready for recycling. The dus

ionic residues on the surface of printed circuit assemblies

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 01 02:54:30 EDT 2009 | rocko

Hi davef, In response to your questions: 1) It is a programmable washer designed for the tough demands of industrial applications. There is an integrated forced air dryer with both coarse and HEPA filters. 2) The surface of the PCB panel, the comp


Electronics Forum | Tue May 25 11:34:02 EDT 2010 | jmedernach

Hi, Use nitrile or latex gloves for handling your product from your pre-coating cleaning step onward. In my opinion, conformal coating should be isolated from the rest of the factory floor. I'm not saying you need a clean room or even a white room.

Electrical Wiring Anomaly

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 08 19:25:14 EST 2011 | isd_jwendell

I do not have a answer for you, but it sounds like electro-static charge is making air-borne particles stick to the machine. What are the air handling conditions? Could be you need a better filtration system. I use a HEPA filter system. I've always w

Soldering fume extraction

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 24 14:01:48 EDT 2017 | solderingpro

For high purification quality at an affordable price I would look into table-top HEPA Filtration Systems. QUICK and HAKKO are perhaps the biggest bang for buck based upon your overall budget. Both use a nearly identical filtration system (3-Stage H

Manufacturing and test room cleanliness

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 23 10:15:44 EST 2007 | slthomas

J-STD-001C just requires that the area not be so dirty as to contaminate your product, tools, workspace, etc. If you start counting particles, you're into cleanroom territory. Do a search on ISO 14644-1 for specifics. Actually Wikipedia does a ni

Safety equipment for servicing solder wave

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 21 14:23:56 EDT 2003 | kenBliss

In order to service your wave solder machine safely, the following needs to be understood. Ladling dross out of the machine and putting it in into a coffee can or similar is not safe and puts operators and other employees at risk. Protecting the se

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