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cleaning of no clean flux

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 10 17:19:24 EDT 2005 | Steve Stach

The propensity for flux residues to cause shorts can be increased in humid environments where water molecules hydrate the surfaces. At high frequencies, electrons travel on the surface of conductors/insulators, increasing the likelihood of shorts in

water soluable or no clean flux?

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 20 08:21:52 EDT 1999 | Mohammed saad

Hi all, We have a little discussion here about the suitable flux for a certain process, as all of us are beginners we need your advice. We are producing VGA cards and mother boards for PC's all components to be wave soldered are TH, the SMD is done

Re: water soluable or no clean flux?

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 21 02:51:06 EDT 1999 | Mohammed saad

Thank you all for your help. about your question Wolfgang, I am using no-clean solder paste from Kester. Mohammed | | Hi all, | | | | We have a little discussion here about the suitable flux for a certain process, as all of us are beginners we ne

Re: water soluable or no clean flux?

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 20 09:02:34 EDT 1999 | Wolfgang Busko

| Hi all, | | We have a little discussion here about the suitable flux for a certain process, as all of us are beginners we need your advice. | | We are producing VGA cards and mother boards for PC's all components to be wave soldered are TH, the S

Re: water soluable or no clean flux?

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 20 17:20:08 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

| | Hi all, | | | | We have a little discussion here about the suitable flux for a certain process, as all of us are beginners we need your advice. | | | | We are producing VGA cards and mother boards for PC's all components to be wave soldered are

Re: water soluable or no clean flux?

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 20 17:36:46 EDT 1999 | Dave F

| | | Hi all, | | | | | | We have a little discussion here about the suitable flux for a certain process, as all of us are beginners we need your advice. | | | | | | We are producing VGA cards and mother boards for PC's all components to be wave so

Re: water soluable or no clean flux?

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 20 14:46:03 EDT 1999 | Dave F

| Hi all, | | We have a little discussion here about the suitable flux for a certain process, as all of us are beginners we need your advice. | | We are producing VGA cards and mother boards for PC's all components to be wave soldered are TH, the S

Re: water soluable or no clean flux?

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 21 07:47:31 EDT 1999 | Wolfgang Busko

| | Hi all, | | | | We have a little discussion here about the suitable flux for a certain process, as all of us are beginners we need your advice. | | | | We are producing VGA cards and mother boards for PC's all components to be wave soldered are

Re: water soluable or no clean flux?

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 20 12:19:13 EDT 1999 | Brian

| Hi all, | | We have a little discussion here about the suitable flux for a certain process, as all of us are beginners we need your advice. | | We are producing VGA cards and mother boards for PC's all components to be wave soldered are TH, the S

Cleanning no clean residu

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 19 16:24:53 EDT 2007 | jmelson

Really, if you start out from the beginning planning to clean the boards, then DON'T use the no-clean flux! The way that stuff is made, it leaves a hard, low-solubility residue that takes a LOT of effort to get clean. If you plan to clean, use a wa

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