Electronics Forum: mixing sn100 with sac305 (Page 1 of 2)

solder compatibility

Electronics Forum | Fri May 05 09:00:46 EDT 2006 | russ

Studies showed that there are no issues mixing SN100C and SAC305, I believe that AIM has this info. Russ

SAC 305 Reflow & SN100C Wave and Selective

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 15 10:48:34 EST 2007 | ck_the_flip

Is there anybody out there doing this scenario: SAC 305 Reflow & SN100C Wave and Selective Can the 2 alloys be mixed on 1 board, say, SAC 305 for SMT, and SN100C for thru-hole? Are 2 different rework chemistries needed, or can one use SN100c wire

SAC305 Lead Frame Component with Leaded Process?

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 16 09:25:49 EDT 2008 | trynders

I had a vendor change thier lead finish from tin/lead to a SAC305. We built up several assemblies before we realized the change. The reflow process is a standard leaded profile peaking at 220 C. What are the reliablity concerns with mixing the tin/l

Tip life of soldering irons with lead-free (SAC305)

Electronics Forum | Wed May 03 11:26:57 EDT 2006 | George

Sheldon, Try using SN100C wire solder. It seems to extend the life of the tips plus solder joints look much better. We use both, clean and No-clean. We had the same problem while using SAC305... Thanks, George

Running with sn100c in my solder pot!

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 27 08:38:03 EDT 2006 | cuculi54986@yahoo.com

I tried some SN100C from AIM... On only one array. It flowed well on the chips but did not like the finish on the SOT23's on the board. I did not have enough arrays to mess around, so we switched it over to SAC305 and had no issues. I'm guessing w

Tip life of soldering irons with lead-free (SAC305)

Electronics Forum | Mon May 15 04:33:35 EDT 2006 | Rob

Hi Steve, Although your opinion is valid, calling something from a respected Japanese manufacturer crap is a little harsh. I have seen many people solder very well with all sorts of leadfree alloys - not producing crap. I've already had a play wit

Tip life of soldering irons with lead-free (SAC305)

Electronics Forum | Fri May 12 11:40:25 EDT 2006 | solderiron

If you can change to SN100C do it. The nickel prevents the high tin content from eating away at the metals on the tips. Similar to what the Lead did in 63/37 alloys. This Koki crap is just that, crap. 99% tin??? Thats what is causing the problem peop

Problems with SN100C in a Soltec Delta C Wave

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 10 00:43:34 EDT 2006 | mika

Dont't bother to answer real idiots! I can relate to a similar problem. We also use SN100C alloy and the solder pot get(got?) contaminated with the alloys from the SAC305! How can this be? Strange thing happens during the soldering process, and it o

SN100C vs. SAC 305 wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 20 08:27:28 EST 2006 | Loco

Just wondering what the companies that are use SN100C are using for reflow (I guess SAC), and especially for handsoldering. Do SAC and SN100C mix? are there any studies proving this?

SN100C vs. SAC 305 wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 31 12:27:27 EST 2006 | Marcus

We have used the SN100C for over a year now with fanastic results. We use the SAC305 for SMT and SN100C wire exclusively. There are no problem mixing the alloys. I am also on the commitee for the NASA testing. The SN100C did out perform SAC and SnPb

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