Electronics Forum: nitrogen wave (Page 1 of 20)

Solder wave

Electronics Forum | Mon May 07 08:07:51 EDT 2007 | realchunks

Hi Jerry, I bet you have dross build up on your wave. Are you running nitrogen? If not this could be the case. Hope this helps!

Nitrogen wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 14 22:03:40 EST 2003 | caldon

Air liquide has some great articles on this www.airliquide.com Cal

Nitrogen wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 12 20:13:39 EST 2003 | cmiller

Does anyone have any experience with setting up a nitrogen supply system to a wave solder machine that is equiped for it? Does the nitrogen need to be room temp or higher? Does it make a big difference with bridging or solder quality? We bought a use

Nitrogen wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 21 10:31:48 EST 2003 | adlsmt

We dont have the debridging knife. I had one on an old Hollis machine I had once. It was totally worthless. I am setting up the nitrogen today. I will let you know how its goes. We are using a water based no-clean. The nitrogen will probably make a

Nitrogen wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 20 00:51:42 EST 2003 | Joe

We are running an RMA flux (Kester 1515). Changing the angle didn't help any so we're back at 6 degrees and placing an order for the lambda nozzle changeover. Are you currently running the debridging knife?

Nitrogen wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 17 16:06:24 EST 2003 | smsinc

You may want to consider a Nitrogen Generator as an alternative to portable Dewers. Reduced handling,no gas contracts and usage on demand will cut your liquid nitrogen costs in half.A good rule of thumb for consumption guesstimating is if you use two

Nitrogen wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 19 19:46:29 EST 2003 | adlsmt

I estimate the costs about the same but we build in batches so the wave only runs a few hours a day. We do complex boards so I think its worth it plus you have to keep the machine awhile to recoup the investment in the new nozzles. If the market gets

Nitrogen wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 13 08:28:47 EST 2003 | pjc

Call 1-800-737-8110 for tech support. They can give you the N2 supply specs for the 650C. You should consider the cost to convert the Contour to a standard Lambda vs. the cost to bring in N2 and the consumable costs. Tech Support can give you the ret

dirty wave soldering machine

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 25 08:33:59 EDT 2008 | lococost

That's just dross. If you have nitrogen blowing over the wave, you could reduce its flow as it tends to blow the dust everywhere if it is set too high. (on the other hand it might reduce solder quality)

Nitrogen wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 15 15:39:53 EST 2003 | Joe

I have the identical machine and setup as you with the same issue(s). I looked at setting up for N2 but am choosing to retrofit to a standard lambda nozzle setup. If you are soldering bottom side SMT parts or other challenging assemblies, N2 may ma

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