Maximizing Process Control with Controlled Convection Rates

Published:

October 10, 2007

Author:

Rob DiMatteo, Fred Dimock, Pierre LeMieux.

Abstract:

Process engineers, who are seeking to achieve the most effective and reproducible thermal transfer process, look to today's forced convection ovens for applications such as flipchip, BGA, and lead-free soldering. A forced convection process to maximize thermal uniformity can be best accomplished by employing static pressure generation in what's known as "closed loop convection"....

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BTU International

Global supplier of advanced thermal processing equipment and processes to the electronics assembly market.

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