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Rework Nihon Solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 12 14:13:08 EDT 2005 | Inds

SN100C is the Nihon solder. I had wave solder the board using SAC. Then had to put on solder pot, which had SN100C (nihon) solder. I think I went upto 130-135 deg C.. Let me try cooking it to 150degC Thanks

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

Rework Nihon Solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 12 12:33:11 EDT 2005 | Inds

Hi Everyone, I am trying to site dress PTH holes filled with Nihon solder mixed with SAC solder at the rework station. But what i am seeing is the solder just doesn't melt and I am not able to suck the solder out of the PTH. Has anyone faced this i

Rework Nihon Solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 12 13:53:03 EDT 2005 | russ

What is nihon solder and which SAC alloy? Try using hot air to preheat the board to about 150C if you can, then try to remove the solder. Sucking pbfree from holes is very difficult since you have to achieve the alloys melting point throughout the

Soldering Iron Questions

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 03 04:34:28 EST 2006 | Rob

Try Koki S03X7C-56M*** it has colbalt in which prolongs the tip life. I have also heard that the Nihon Superior SN100C does this too, however in our trials the Koki Soldered better.

Cost of Leadfree Solder Bars

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 02 03:21:52 EDT 2007 | wayne_

Yes, if cost is the concern. You can consider to try other alloys, like SCN from Nihon or SCS from Singapore Asahi, cost is definitely cheaper than SAC and SACX. I think the price is around 15~20 USD per Kg.

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

Nihon superior wavesoldering alloy Sn/Cu/Ni

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 29 07:12:49 EDT 2003 | Glen barden

Sn/Cu/Ni is introducted to me in wavesoldering lead free process. Around in our industry, we have a plenty of info. about SAC but not on this alloy. The distributor showed me some information about this alloy including less dross, more shiny /smoot

Lead free profile

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 01 11:33:26 EST 2005 | Indy

Hi Jay, please let us know your inputs from the seminar regarding SN100 Nihon solder from FCT. This solder seems to have a higher melting temp of 221C. It prints well and visually looks similar to SAC alloy. Have no reliabilty data though. Jay

Lead-free solder alloy: SN100C from AIM solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 29 18:25:12 EDT 2005 | gamma

SN100C (the manufacturer company is Nihon Superior) it is sold by two companies in USA AIM and Krayden, we are still in the process of evaluation for lead-free, this alloy is mostly use in Europe and Asia. You can find more information in this link

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