Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 09 15:06:22 EDT 1998 | Chrys
Dave F asked me for an update on the SRS we evaluated last month... I like this machine. Over 80% of your wave dross is actually good solder; you just can't get to it without some type of separating agent. I like the mechanical sepration method mu
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 09 16:33:08 EDT 1998 | Dave F
Dave F asked me for an update on the SRS we evaluated last month... I like this machine. Over 80% of your wave dross is actually good solder; you just can't get to it without some type of separating agent. I like the mechanical sepration met
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 22 15:41:00 EST 2000 | MARK RAHLF
Does anyone have any information on inhouse recovery systems for the removal of lead from the dross. There was an article in the march issue of SMT magazine. The web site it directed me to go to is not the correct web site. If anyone has any informat
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 29 10:50:24 EST 2000 | blnorman
Vacuum casting (same process used to make solid rocket motors) should remove any air from the paste. We had thought of pressurizing the tubes to remove the residual paste, but that would entrap air. The problem of tubes sitting out for different
Electronics Forum | Wed May 02 09:54:38 EDT 2007 | John S.
We've been looking at an EVS solder recovery machine. There look to be some old posts about the SRS machine. Can anyone provide feedback on the EVS machine? Does anyone know of a competing machine? I've looked at the Pulsar Solder Saver, but I do
Electronics Forum | Wed May 02 10:37:59 EDT 2007 | DG
We have 4 EVS machines in our facility. The operators like them, maintenance doesn't. The PM's aren't that bad it just that maintenance doesn't like doing them. On a few of the earlier machines we have if the operators are not careful they can get mo
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 21 16:58:20 EST 2000 | blnorman
Does anyone have any experience with solder paste recovery? Specifically, partially emptied solder paste tubes. We are currently looking into ways to reduce and potentially eliminate solder paste waste. One of the largest contributors is partially
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 23 13:44:29 EST 2000 | Russ
Mark, Try contacting Electrovert/speedline. I believe that they are marketing one. I don't know if this is the right guy to call but give it a try. Bob Galvin - Regional Service manager Western region 408-727-4650 Russ
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