Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 31 03:35:41 EDT 2005 | Slaine
I have a through hole product that is currently built with HMP solder(93.5Pb,5Sn,Ag1.5). We then dip it in 60/40 SnPb to give a solderable finish as HMP tends to oxidise. We need the HMP as our Customers solder through reflow ovens. Some customers w
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 30 06:29:51 EST 2006 | slaine
we shouldnt be talking about lead free we should be talking in terms of RoHS compliant. HMP solder is exempt in the directive even though it has a hig lead content (93.5%) as no other alloy will melt at the same temperatures 298. as HMP is exempt wi
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 23 03:30:56 EDT 2013 | torch
thanks for the info :)
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 31 06:10:37 EDT 2005 | dougs
i must be missing something, the HMP has 93.5% lead content but is RoHS compliant? How does that work?
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 01 10:44:32 EDT 2005 | Clampron
Hi Slaine, Actually, HMP Leaded solder is not complient, it is exempt only when the specific application requires this temp. Sorry for the intrusion but I am working on something very similar currently. Thanks Chris
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 11 21:24:00 EDT 2012 | vergara1
I'm also looking for tips for SMT hand soldering > with Sn05Pb93.5Ag1.5. Our technician is quite > good with standard SMT hand soldering, but hasn't > worked with HMP solder. > > Some specific > questions: > > - If the iron tip is hot enough >
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 17 14:11:32 EST 2012 | tkotwal
I'm also looking for tips for SMT hand soldering with Sn05Pb93.5Ag1.5. Our technician is quite good with standard SMT hand soldering, but hasn't worked with HMP solder. Some specific questions: - If the iron tip is hot enough (consistently), can we
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 01 04:32:31 EDT 2005 | dougs
learn something everyday, thanks for the explanation.
Electronics Forum | Mon May 15 10:32:50 EDT 2006 | russ
Have you tried Indium corp?
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 23 16:05:58 EDT 2011 | blnorman
Define High melting point solder