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PDBE and PBB replacements???

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 21 09:33:25 EST 2005 | davef

RoHS Substance RoHS MCV Limits Typical Testing Approaches Lead 1000 ppm* Wet chemical digestion followed by ICP (Inductively coupled plasma) or AAS (atomic absorption) spectroscopy XRF (X-ray fluorescence) spectroscopy Cadmium 100 ppm Wet

PDBE and PBB replacements???

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 21 08:46:05 EST 2005 | GS

Hello Gents, Many thanks Davef for your always helpful informations. I have a question, pls, related to : which kind of Test Method are they going to be used to perform analysis (Rohs Compliance verification tests) on EEE in order to find out oncen

Rohs and WEEE

Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 29 08:46:20 EST 2005 | davef

The RoHS Directive complements the WEEE Directive. * Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS) Directive [2002/95/EC] affects manufacturers, sellers, distributors and recyclers of electrical and electronic equ

PDBE and PBB replacements???

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 11 18:30:50 EST 2005 | davef

Russ: In December 2003, the European Commission released the following statement: �The commission services have prepared a draft Commission decision establishing maximum concentration values pursuant to Article5(1)(a) of Directive 2002/95/EC. The pr

Use and Restrictions of solder containing lead

Electronics Forum | Thu May 29 16:04:08 EDT 2003 | Rick B.

When is the U.S. required to fully implement the use of leadfree solder? European Directive 2002/95/EC is talking about year 2006 restricting the use of certain hazardous materials in electrical and electronic equipment.ie Lead,mercury,cadmium and he

The truth about lead-free and environment

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 24 05:12:17 EST 2006 | Rob

You feeling OK Larry, I'm almost agreeing with you! Right, ROHS & WEEE are designed so that we don't throw away huge amounts of electronic waste into landfill that then pollutes our drinking water with Lead, polybromides, cadmium, mercury etc, which

PB and PB Free on same screen printer

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 05 18:16:20 EDT 2007 | bigdaddysoy9

Thanks for the replies. We have been doing the same thing. There's green everywhere and I'm getting sick of that color. I like Hussman's idea but most of our operators are pretty kinky and they would probably enjoy being beaten with a big stick. Anyb

PB and PB Free on same screen printer

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 10 14:21:04 EDT 2007 | petep

We have done the Green Framed Stencils for an added $50.00 per, then got smart and went to green polyester on RoHS / Lead Free Stencils at no added cost. Dedicated Stencil blades and holders green of course) as well as Green Static mats on dedicated

Soldering lead free and leaded tin in the mix in one machine

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 10 12:12:40 EST 2020 | robl

Yep, done it previously with a multipot machine. Using with wirefeed to top up the pots means you only have a contamintion risk when you fit a new top up reel. Used separate nozzles for both, but theoretically using titanium nozzles would mean no c

XRF Testing....an absolute necessity??

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 30 07:08:06 EST 2006 | Rob.

True, we weren't just checking for lead at the test lab we were also checking for banned substances in the plastics - PBB's & PBDE's which apparently appear a lot in the recycled plastics used in manufacturing connector bodies; & also the other banne


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