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Conceptronic oven lubricants

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 01 14:47:57 EST 2009 | kjs123p

I am wondering what other Conceptronic users are using to oil the chain, lubricate the lead screw, and the grease used on the chain drives. I have contacted Conceptronic, and they gave me recommendations, but I am having trouble contacting them. Than

Conceptronic oven lubricants

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 01 18:01:17 EST 2009 | swag

I should add we use one listed lube from each recommendation and were able to find everything (although that was close to 10 yrs. ago). We bought enough to outlast the oven so we haven't had to buy any since. The oven is still going strong!

Conceptronic oven lubricants

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 01 17:50:43 EST 2009 | swag

This is cut and paste from a Conceptronics Document - hope it helps you: Following are the lubricants recommended for oven maintenance: 1. To lubricate the conveyor chain use: A. Biral BIO30 -synthetic high temperature oil (highly recommended)

Heller Oven 1809 lubricant

Electronics Forum | Mon May 09 10:00:13 EDT 2016 | cbeneat

We don't have Heller, but Vitronics uses copper anti-seize.

High Temp Reflow Lubricants

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 03 10:14:59 EDT 2005 | Wonderboy

With oven temps rising due to Lead-Free Processing, I'm looking for some information on high temp Reflow Oven lubricants. I've found some info in the Fine SMTnet Archives on Chain Lubricants, (Mostly Synthetic Motor Oils), but I'm wondering what othe

Heller Oven 1809 lubricant

Electronics Forum | Mon May 09 09:25:51 EDT 2016 | jorgenino

Hello I am new to SMT line maintenance. I was wondering what a good option is for a lubricant that we can use in our Heller reflow oven. Especially the witdh adjusting lead screw. The manual recommends Krytox but does not state a specific one. Thanks

Reflow Oven Chain Lubrication

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 14 07:51:15 EDT 2002 | cyber_wolf

Mike, we use a product called Dow Corning 321 dryfilm lubricant. BTU reccomends it. You can find it in Mcmaster Carr for about 21.00 a can. Mcmaster PN is 1255K14. I reccomend pulling the chain off when you are lubricating it to avoid over-spray. Th

Reflow Oven Chain Lubrication

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 14 03:03:34 EDT 2002 | msimkin

Mike, I have been using a fully synthetic motor oil on the links of my chains of my Hella for 7 years now, and have had no problems. As long as you do not place the oil on the fingers, where it makes contact with the PCB, then you will have no probl

Reflow Oven Chain Lubrication

Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 13 22:19:28 EDT 2002 | mikestringer

Hi Everyone What lubricants do your maintenance people use for the chains in your Reflow ovens? The manuals for our ovens have one recommendation - but I am always open to other people�s experiences and recommendations. Another option may be easie

extra zeros very confusing....

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 24 10:38:37 EDT 2002 | genny

I noticed a message in the reflow oven chain lubrication thread that talked about 2460C. I assume this is the same problem, and that it was really intended to be 246degC. It isn't an overall problem, only a few postings seem affected. Only a few po

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