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First documented case of tin whisker formation

Electronics Forum | Mon May 22 11:28:56 EDT 2006 | Rob

Hi Pat, The main driver for the UK on Lead-Free is to avoid leachate in our drinking water & in the food chain. Whilst John Burke's report is compelling & I agree with him on the points he has raised, regarding the leachate issue he has referenced

Micro Leadless Frame - solder wetting control

Electronics Forum | Thu May 09 22:32:50 EDT 2002 | ianchan

Hi Guys, thanks to everyone for their help and advise! we are running these LCC parts in the 1000's, so its going to pose a big problem to either: 1) tin-plate the oxide layer, 2) HCL away the oxide layer, thanks for the option shown, dun think so

Your opinion about RoHS and WEEE ?

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 21 12:08:02 EST 2004 | KEN

1. Its market protectionism for the Europeans. 2. Silver is less toxic than Lead? Wrong! 3. Don't expect your local alloys exchange market to take a position (London Metals Exchange). No other alloy is cheaper than lead. The cost of silver and

Black pad defect

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 12 17:41:18 EST 2003 | MA/NY DDave

Hi, Gee David F is as bad or as good as me on a bad day. Boy can I get mad... "new information" Many of these defects have been around so dang long and seem to get recycled as the latest rage and the newest of new information in technical articles

Solder Paste Problem (M705)

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 16 04:41:30 EST 2005 | tk380514

A day and half is a life time for our solder paste, Almit V14L... but then we dont have in-line solder paste printers, we have micro BGA stencil that wont work with anything but new solder paste, 0.8mm pitch and pad size is 0.3mm, stencil thickness

Dross Eliminator

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 01 10:46:37 EDT 2006 | slthomas

We use 5744 with good results. It remains solid (granular) and is more of a metal reclaimer than dross eliminator. You put it on the dross surface on your pot and it converts the tin oxide back into metal which is released into the pot. The remaining

SN100C + phosphorus

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 18 15:20:38 EST 2008 | davef

SN100C contains no phosphorus. It has a dross rate equal or lower than tin-lead solder, where as SAC drosses at 2 to 3 times the dross rate of tin-lead solder. Addition of solder dross inhibitors, such as phosphorus, can be effective inhibitors of

lead free solder dross recycling

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 28 21:46:35 EDT 2011 | rdh_41

Hi , I'm interested in Tin and hoping to open long-term business relationship with your company. We are Taiwan-based company dedicate in Tin (Sn). We are looking for opportunity to work with you. And it would be great if you have large quantity of t

The truth about lead-free and environment

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 24 11:12:06 EST 2006 | patrickbruneel

You�re a good man Rob and a good patriot, you defend your governments decisions even if they're wrong. Isn't the WEEE directive aimed at preventing electronics ending up in a landfill? This immediately takes away the leaching arguments and is a great

Re: Legistration and(or) Regulation for Lead Free

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 01 03:48:26 EDT 1999 | Brian

| Is there any Legistration and(or) Regulation for Lead Free | | electronic product in Europe, U.S.A. and Japan? | | If you have any summarized data about that, Let me know. | | There is no legislation, as far as I know, in either the USA or Eur

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