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Flux free soldering

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 24 16:04:48 EDT 2007 | flipit

I would look at SST International and Sikama International. You might solder using forming gas. Forming gas is 10% hydrogen and 90% nitrogen or 8% hydrogen and 92% nitrogen. Chris

Rework solder fountain in lead-free

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 23 11:24:12 EDT 2003 | procon

Titanium components are best for any suface in contact with lead free solder. We will be offering our brand solder fountain rework station utilizing Titanium components in July. Lead-Free solders seem to adhere to SST or cast pots and cause blockages

Oven for lead free...???

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 03 19:29:18 EST 2004 | hyabro

One of my customer had an oven made of galvanized metal. when he rised the temperature for lead free application the zinc from the alloy(blower turbine and housing,...) was melted and was removed .I offered to my customer an used oven tornado made by

Weller BGA Rework

Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 18 15:14:35 EST 2004 | grayman

Weller is a big name in hand soldering. I have beed using weller soldering station even when I was a student in secondary level. I believe that they will have a newer version like 3000S/st or higher. Pricing for these new model is less than US$ 1,900

Lead-free solder alloy: SN100C from AIM solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 29 17:58:12 EDT 2005 | GS

Hello, in Europe (SN100C sold by Balver Zinn) several solder pots have been filled by this alloy. On the paper I heard talking very well in terms of performance and good price, but not data are available ( as I know) about performance and if r

Indium Solder Hermetic Seal Voiding

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 11 00:17:08 EST 2007 | behrsam

Thanks both of you for responding. I am using a protoype reflow oven. It uses a programable controller to ramp the temp up. It has convection and radiative heating. Ultimately yes, I would like to use a vacuum furnace like the sst but it is not c

Indium Solder Hermetic Seal Voiding

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 10 17:18:11 EST 2007 | flipit

I am soldering a Germanium Window with a > metalized rim to a Ni-Au plated kovar lid. The > solder joint needs to be hermetic. I am using > 80In solder washer shape preform, but am > experiencing lots of voiding when x-rayed, > although the jo


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