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consumption of lead free solder alloy SN100C

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 14 05:38:42 EDT 2008 | meritajs

Hello Could somebody inform us about real consumption of lead free solder alloy SN100C on your wave solder process. We do not use some antiaxidant and had had alloy consumption about 1 kg per hour. What is your experiance? All sugestion will be well

consumption of lead free solder alloy SN100C

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 18 05:32:09 EDT 2008 | gregoryyork

What volume of boards are you putting through. 1Kg per hour does sound very high but then again it does depend on volume Using an antioxidant is a must with Lead Free some alloys have additions in them to start with but those drop out with use so th

consumption of lead free solder alloy SN100C

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 20 09:01:33 EDT 2008 | meritajs

Thanks Greg Our main problem is that we are putting small number PCB through, about300 PCB, size180*250. Such number order our customer in week. In result we got such high solder consumption and high production cost. We will tray to use antiacidant.

consumption of lead free solder alloy SN100C

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 21 08:39:38 EDT 2008 | lococost

If you are saying you're going through 1kg/h while only producing 300 pcbs a week and the rest of the time the machine is standing still, then 1.there is something seriously wrong with your machine or 2. check if an operator is suddenly covered in sh

AIM Solder 100C anybody using this lead free alloy in wave solde

Electronics Forum | Wed May 11 10:28:31 EDT 2005 | Proy

The marketing material makes this look pretty good, has anybody here used this alloy/ Does anybody know of any drawbacks with it? Peter

AIM Solder 100C anybody using this lead free alloy in wave solde

Electronics Forum | Wed May 11 19:34:42 EDT 2005 | Tom B

You may want to check out Nihon Superior. Nihon licensed their Alloy to Aim for US production Late last month! The alloy uses nickel and the solder joints look amazing for "lead-free" they rival tin-lead in appearance. Other boasts is that you can

AIM Solder 100C anybody using this lead free alloy in wave solde

Electronics Forum | Wed May 11 11:36:43 EDT 2005 | rlackey

Hi Peter, There is no Silver in it, which even in small quantities (0.3%-4%) improves solderability. I would try and see a demo on a similar machine to yours with a similar product as everyone can get their solder to look great in lab/showroom site

Lead free wave solder alloy

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 28 16:17:14 EST 2013 | barryg

Hi All, after many years of talking about it we WILL be setting up a lead free line. What alloys and products would you recommend. We are seeting up a new wave machine here soon and could us some input.thanks

Lead free wave solder alloy

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 01 17:39:58 EST 2013 | davef

The LF wave solder solder alloy that marketing-types of other LF wave solder alloys compare themselves to is Nihon Superior SN100C

lead free

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 04 08:28:20 EDT 2006 | Rob

Hi Joe, Try: S03X7C-56M from koki - http://www.ko-ki.co.jp which has cobalt in it to extend tip life or: SN100C from Nihon Superior, which is a nickel stabilised alloy that also extends tip life. The Koki solder flows better that any other leadfr

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