Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 26 23:29:57 EDT 2005 | milroyperera
Hi, As I have seen in the data sheets from solder paste suppliers they always recommend to keep the solder paste until it reaches the ambient temperature after taking out from normal storage temperature. Mostly the storage temperature is 5 - 10 Cels
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 07 15:42:08 EST 2005 | chunks
Whoa! What the heck was that!? A commercial post?
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 07 15:52:03 EST 2005 | Burgandy
Looks like a commercial to me....!
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 07 16:35:41 EST 2005 | Samir Nagheenanajar
Interesting site. The guy at the screen printer looks familiar.
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 17 17:30:35 EST 2005 | mike
Freeze?? Dont you mean fridge?
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 18 01:50:56 EST 2005 | ajay
in such cases we keep used paste in box & it is on the machine
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 01 20:44:18 EST 2005 | milroyperera
Hi, The temperature in the fridge is 5-10 degrees.
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 27 05:07:04 EDT 2005 | milroyperera
Thank you, I think that`s a good strategy, what are the spec ifications of the softner? Is this normally available with the paste manufactureres? Thanking for further infos...
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 27 08:38:04 EDT 2005 | jdengler
Simply leave the paste out at the end of the shift for the next days use. Keeping the paste refrigerated just prolongs the shelf life. Even if you are at the expiration date leaving the paste out for 36 hrs won't make any difference. Jerry
Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 05 07:28:59 EST 2005 | milroyperera
Hi, What would you do normally when you have collected the used solder from the stencil each day?