Electronics Forum: orl0 flux (Page 1 of 1)

Re: How to qualify the solder flux of a new vendor?

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 17 11:20:23 EST 1999 | Dave F

Hey Gyver: If you don�t mind (which you don�t have any choice about, because I�m going to do it anyhow, cause it�s MY word processor), I�m going to respond genericly, but still be directed to your question. Much of the following is paraphrased from

Solder Paste Flux corrosive?

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 16 03:17:47 EDT 2009 | geb

The solder wire uses a ORL0 flux. The wire contains less flux at around 2.0-4.0%.

CCGA - Stencil design and Reflow Profiling

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 31 07:51:31 EDT 2019 | ameenullakhan

Hi Dave, lead is 80Pb/20Sn. Top joint off CCGA lead is SN63/Pb37. Thermocouple was placed at center lead of the CCGA and one at the corner lead of CCGA. Ramp Rate Center 1.09 Corner 1.26 Soak ( 140 - 160 deg C ) Center 37sec Corner 38sec Ref

Flux Compatibility Issues....

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 06 15:19:39 EDT 2006 | muse95

For some, not all, hand assembly, we use additional flux. We use a flux pen in certain applications and liquid flux in other applications - you can't just say switch to a flux pen, it isn't always adequate. Most flux pens are ORL0 with very low sol

Flux Classifications.

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 04 12:00:56 EST 2004 | tryn

I am looking at two different type fluxes, Kester 951nc and AIM 264-5nc. The two seem to be comparable, but the Kester is listed as an ORL0 and the AIM as a ROL0. My product builds are all military and I have been dictated to use only ROl0 flux. I kn

SIR starting point...?

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 22 13:11:07 EDT 2002 | slthomas

After considerable hemming and hawing, we decided to drop the bomb on 'em....give us ORL0 (which we use here) AND no bottom side solder balls or belly up to the bar with some favorable Appendix B test results on their preferred flux. As usual, Mr. F

Rosin vs. Resin Flux

Electronics Forum | Thu May 31 16:30:45 EDT 2007 | gsala

Thank Patrick for your infos. Seen that youa are an expett, when you'll have time, pls, tell me some thing about ORL0 (always in wire for L-F manual solder) compared to ROL0 and REL0 earlier already explained me. Rgrds....GSx PS:my target is to le

Re: Converting to 'No-Clean' process

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 17 19:46:39 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Murad: Your customer is smart to be concerned about the affect of changing production processes on product reliability. Your Company is smart to inform customers and keep them in the loop about these changes. In developing your demonstration of th


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