Indium Corporation's flux pens utilize a spring-loaded applicator tip to deliver a controlled amount of flux to the work surface. The user friendly pin-point applicator is ideal for touch-up and light assembly work. To apply, simply depress the tip of the flux pen against the work area to start the flow of the applicator tip.
Indium Corporation flux pens come in Pb-free and SnPb, no-clean and water wash.
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Here is a picture of an Indium Corporation solder flux pen, sectioned to show you the internals. Who DOESN'T want to see THAT, right?!? Flux pens are commonly used to accurately supply small amounts of flux to parts before soldering. In the case of hand soldering solar cells, this is the…
A few months back, while discussing tricks for hand soldering c-Si solar cells, I mentioned flux . One tip I didn’t mention is how to APPLY flux before soldering. Tabbing fluxes are commonly sprayed and dipped in automated processes, but flux pen application is best for hand soldering. Flux…
We received a call today from a customer that had tested the halide content of their board and reflowed solder paste, without components, using Ion Chromatography. This was an attempt to get a "baseline" reading for halogen and halide content.…
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