Electronics Forum: nickel pin residue (Page 1 of 14)

Soldering with Electroless nickel

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 29 21:51:37 EST 2005 | wmeyers

I have a pin and sleeve assembly that utilizes a fusible link type of solder, Bi, Cd, Pb and Sn alloy. The pin is gold plated, the sleeve is copper alloy 725. I have had sporadic success with wetting of the sleeve during the reflow process. To improv

Soldering nickel strip

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 28 09:59:04 EDT 2003 | davef

Your customer's question is reasonable. Soldering to nickel is not always a walk on the beach [can of corn, or whatever]. This issue is flux not solder. Your Sn63 will have plenty of strength, providing the solder connection is well formed. You s

Soldering to a nickel plated battery terminal

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 22 08:55:54 EDT 2014 | davef

I assume that you're talking about wanting to solder to metal tabs that are spot welded to the battery terminal. These tabs are not meant to be soldered. The metal was special selected for welding. In the old days, you could buy plumbing flux at th

Flux residue on connector pins

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 30 15:43:22 EDT 2004 | ryufoong

i will try on it. Thanks a lots. Regards, CHEN

Flux residue on connector pins

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 02 13:58:57 EDT 2004 | Chen

Hi Shean, Thanks for your advise but now currently we trying using the new chemical to remove the residue which recommanded by our supplier, so hopefully can be success. Thanks. Regards, Chen

Flux residue on connector pins

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 01 09:12:04 EDT 2004 | Chen

Hi Shean, Thanks for your advise. But what kind of chemical i needs to add inside to the washing machine when cleaning. Regards, Chen

Flux residue on connector pins

Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 28 19:31:36 EDT 2004 | ryufoong

Currently, in my working factory, we facing the flux residue remain on connector after washing. (of course, this is clean process with WS solder paste). So, are there any ways to clean the flux residue rather than go back to wash again? Because wash

Flux residue on connector pins

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 01 16:52:57 EDT 2004 | Shean Dalton

Hi Chen, This is largely dependent on what type of chemistry can successfully remove the residue, while being compatible with your cleaning equipment. Austin American Technology is happy to help you determine this, please contact me offline to disc

Flux residue on connector pins

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 30 16:07:06 EDT 2004 | Shean Dalton

Hi Chen, Based on your posted message, the following ideas are for your consideration: "brown residue" The water soluble solder paste you are using could be a water soluble rosin solder paste formulation. Perhaps the solder paste may not be proper

Flux residue on connector pins

Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 29 19:17:34 EDT 2004 | aqueous

Chen, It is always best to place one�s effort on determining the cause and content of the residue rather than trying to work around it. The first thing you must determine is the nature of the residue. Is it flux? In many instances, the residue is

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