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Does pot temperature affects quality of the solder joints?

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 06 17:19:59 EST 2017 | davef

Evtimov: IDEALS Project was one of the first to talk about componebt and board damage caused by LF soldering temperatures. There's lots of more current stuff on the web. Here's some that may help: * Assessment of Long-term Reliability in Lead-free As

lead free

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 05 13:12:33 EST 2003 | msivigny

Hello davide, the biggest advantage you'll find with a complete N2 tunnel is the minimization of oxidation during board preheating. Using only an inerted solder pot allows the oxidation to build up throughout the preheat stages and introduces contami

lead free

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 05 11:53:34 EST 2003 | davide grosso

I want to know the advantage of using complete inert soldering wave machine (with Nitrogen, Tunnel concept) in comparison to use just a soldering machine withe inerted solder pot. Thanks

Solder pot contamination

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 09 20:47:21 EDT 2004 | KEN

I think OA flux left on the pot would quickly looses its activity and become part of the dross waste stream, and smoke stream for that matter. Also, if your wave is setup properly your selective pallets will scour (push) the top of the lambda wav

Through hole reliablility lead free

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 17 03:13:10 EDT 2006 | charless

Apoligies Steve if I did not explain myself clearly. We have made the same design using the same RoHs compliant components (which I am assured by the suppliers are process temperature capable) with both lead and lead free solder. Without wishing to

lead free solder dross recycling

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 19 11:33:15 EDT 2011 | caerleon

easier if you recycled on-site? You can still send off for reclaimation the oxide powder that your left at the end of the process. Failing that talk to your supplier to see if they have arrangements to do this for you or look at reducing dross - i f

lead free joint finish

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 30 06:28:42 EST 2009 | gregoryyork

Hi Armando Hotflow 7 is a big machine and one of the best Reflow ovens around (in my opinion), well suited for Lead Free. A typical 1.6mm board has the following settings for Lead Free SAC305 paste All Temperature settings are Top and Bottom Prehea

lead free selective soldering

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 03 09:43:55 EST 2005 | lupo

Check flux penetration and type of flux. How much is solid contents. The solder filling is better under Nitrogen. Check the time (speed) of the nozzle whether is correct. Usually For SAC305 the temperature of bath is 320C/degrees, but only for sel

lead free finish

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 29 16:48:49 EST 2009 | slthomas

Looks like a time/temperature problem to me. However, there are a lot of solder fines surrounding the pads in one photo that go beyond what I'd expect from inadequate TAL. Is it possible that the board was misprinted and not completely cleaned, or

lead free and tombstoning

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 17 11:01:47 EST 2006 | amol_kane

with lead-free solders, one would expect to find less instances of tombstoning. this is because SAC alloys are not eutectic and melt over a range of temp (usually 217-220 deg C) instead of at a single temperature. therefore the forces due to solder s

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