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white residue

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 27 19:42:34 EST 1999 | parag palshikar

i am working with the noclean process and getting white residues on the bottomside of the board probably due to the wave soldering flux.i am using a no-clean solder paste and a noclean wave solder flux.The boards passed the accelerated temperature a

Re: white residue

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 27 21:02:53 EST 1999 | Dave F

i am working with the noclean process and getting white residues on the bottomside of the board probably due to the wave soldering flux.i am using a no-clean solder paste and a noclean wave solder flux.The boards passed the accelerated temperatu

Re: white residue

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 28 08:58:10 EST 1999 | Peet

i am working with the noclean process and getting white residues on the bottomside of the board probably due to the wave soldering flux.i am using a no-clean solder paste and a noclean wave solder flux.The boards passed the accelerated tempe

white residue after wash

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 03 02:52:42 EST 1998 | Jacqueline Coia

At this moment in time we are using water soluble solder paste on our PCBs these are cleaned using water only, agitated with ultrasonics. After drying a white/grey residue is left around solder joints. Reflow profile is fine and a reliable wash proce

Re: white residue

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 27 23:29:28 EST 1999 | parag palshikar

i am working with the noclean process and getting white residues on the bottomside of the board probably due to the wave soldering flux.i am using a no-clean solder paste and a noclean wave solder flux.The boards passed the accelerated tempe

Re: white residue

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 28 08:42:43 EST 1999 | Dave F

i am working with the noclean process and getting white residues on the bottomside of the board probably due to the wave soldering flux.i am using a no-clean solder paste and a noclean wave solder flux.The boards passed the accelerated temperatu

Re: white residue

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 29 05:14:06 EST 1999 | Graham Naisbitt

Hi guys, I really am at a loss to understand this one. It would appear that there may be some reaction between the flux and the resist? Or maybe you have an OSP on the board that is reacting during soldering? As a fast fix, maybe you should try a

Re: white residue

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 28 09:45:44 EST 1999 | parag

i am working with the noclean process and getting white residues on the bottomside of the board probably due to the wave soldering flux.i am using a no-clean solder paste and a noclean wave solder flux.The boards passed the accelerated tempe

Re: white residue

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 10 12:52:21 EST 1999 | Dick Casagrande

I'm getting in a little late on this but my 2 cents is: We have been using no-clean flux for a few years now but up till last month were still cleaning (the white residue) our boards (all thru hole). Finally did some investigation and found the flux

Re: white dirty solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 14 18:47:55 EST 1998 | Graham Naisbitt

Jerry This is the classic "White powder phenomenon" a little like the X files - loads of information but who do you trust? I know that GEC Hirst Research in the UK, identified over 16 different white powder residues so it is not an easy subject. Plea

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