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No matter how accurate the spray fluxer is there will at least be some flux that is not deposited on the board that needs to be removed from the system. I mentioned in my previous post that all spray fluxer setups need to have their own venting system, separate from the soldering station vent system. The…
The total loss system is a method of applying spray flux that utilizes the minimal amount of material to properly create a satisfactory solder joint. In this process, the flux is sprayed directly onto the PCB from a sealed container. All of the flux from the container is used, either by applying it to…
If you haven’t heard about Bi-containing (bismuth) solder alloys recently, that may change in the near future. Low-melting Bi-containing solders are now in increasing use and gaining popularity due to their lower melting temperatures—58Bi/42Sn is eutectic at 138°C and 57Bi/42Sn/1Ag melts…
Andy C. Mackie, PhD, MSc
Senior Product Manager, Semiconductor Assembly Materials
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