Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 06 13:24:31 EST 2007 | stepheniii
Good afternoon, > > You have to use lead paste > since none-RoHS components won�t withstand > elevated temperatures. Solder paste manufacturers > offer a lot of transitional pastes designed > specially for mixed process. Ask your paste > suppli
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 06 21:43:11 EST 2007 | Wayne
If it is instructed to ship lead free product to customer, then low temp lead free solder paste can be considered. For example, Viromet solder paste from Singapore Asahi (peak temp is between 220 to 225 degree C).
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 19 15:32:42 EST 2007 | blnorman
We use SnPb paste and bar with leaded and non-leaded component finishes. The predominant finish on components we use is Tin, there are a few NiPdAu. We've had no problems with the component finishes used in the SnPb process.
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 06 06:41:53 EST 2007 | pavel_murtishev
Good afternoon, You have to use lead paste since none-RoHS components won�t withstand elevated temperatures. Solder paste manufacturers offer a lot of transitional pastes designed specially for mixed process. Ask your paste supplier for transitional
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 12 17:05:29 EST 2007 | Jose
Today is more complicate to find components with lead than with "lead free", and the, I think that you have very feww lead components. And, if don�t work on exceptionals companies, you MUST use LEAD FREE PASTE. In one case, or in the opposite, the re
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 01 07:18:29 EDT 2020 | proceng1
We are using Superior 515 flux to clean and tin selective solder nozzles. Yesterday the flux turned a bright yellow (like a highlighter) when heated after the flux being applied. This does not happen with our Lead Free solder, only the Lead alloy.