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Help required selecting reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 18 17:01:00 EDT 2019 | spoiltforchoice

Or Vapour Phase... which could fit in a similar space, offer safe even heating and use less power.

Help required selecting reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 16 02:18:42 EDT 2019 | sy332366

Specifications : S-8800 Number Of Heating Zones :Up8/Bottom8 Dimension (L*W*H)mm: 5310x1353x1490 Dimension (L*W*H)mm: 5310x1353x1490 Number Of Heating Zones : Up8/Bottom8 Length Of Heating Zones : 3121mm Control System : PLC+Computer Transmission Age

Help required selecting reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 25 23:59:37 EDT 2019 | vickygao

Hi, According to your information,5 zones reflow oven can't meet your requirmens now.We advice use 8 zones rlow oven. These times we designed a new 8 zones reflow oven, more economic,more power save.And function is better than old units. I m a sal

CFM requirements for Heller 1500 reflow oven exhaust

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 23 18:25:12 EDT 2008 | shanenaturalpoint

I just purchased a used Heller 1500 reflow oven for an SMT line that I am ting up. Looking for the CFM requirements for my exhaust venting. Does anyone out there have any information on what the minimum requirements are for pumping this exhaust out

CFM requirements for Heller 1500 reflow oven exhaust

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 24 10:49:12 EDT 2008 | slthomas

100 CFM at each exhaust if you're using room air, 25 CFM/ea if you're using nitrogen (according to my manual...never used nitrogen myself) per their specified delivery rates.

Looking for trays to lay boards on in reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 13 12:44:39 EDT 2019 | dwl

A couple of caveats; The FR4 will degrade with successive reflows and will eventually need to be replaced. Not a big deal for low volume, but something to be aware of. The bigger concern is that a sheet of .125" large enough to position your assembl

CFM requirements for Heller 1500 reflow oven exhaust

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 06 23:32:19 EDT 2008 | darby

It SHOULD be written on the machine. I have had/have 1500 Hellers that range from 60cfm to 500cfm Check the fine smtnet archives. http://www.smtnet.com/forums/index.cfm?fuseaction=view_thread&CFApp=1&Thread_ID=8859&#Message35065

Looking for trays to lay boards on in reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 13 12:50:00 EDT 2019 | don_julio

> A couple of caveats; The FR4 will degrade with > successive reflows and will eventually need to be > replaced. Not a big deal for low volume, but > something to be aware of. The bigger concern is > that a sheet of .125" lar

Looking for trays to lay boards on in reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 10 09:12:18 EDT 2019 | pcbconnectchina

Hello! Don, Yes, if the carrier is steel/stainless, it would be very hot when it comes out from oven. I heard that durostone (synthetic stone) carrier can meet your requirement, it can stand high temperature with low thermal transmission. So when it

Looking for trays to lay boards on in reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 11 11:22:19 EDT 2019 | sumote

If the board is just not reaching the temps you need, you could place them in an oven to "preheat" them. When I was building a rather thick board with a copper core I had to do this. Since we were only doing small runs it was feasible, I don't know y

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