Indium Corporation offers a full line of competitive, state-of-the-art wave solder fluxes for electronics assembly. We are the first company to introduce halogen-free, Pb-free wave fluxes that perform as well as the more established halogen-containing tin-lead wave fluxes.
All wave solder fluxes are available in 55-gallon (200 liter), 5-gallon, and 1-gallon containers.
Wave fluxes include:
In addition, we provide bar solders in:
Solder Pot SnPb Adjustment Calculator
Instructions: Please only input the percentage of tin that you currently have in your pot, the percent of tin that you wish to have in your pot and the current weight of the solder in the pot. The inputs are highlighted in blue.
Method 1: Additive Method
Method 2: Subtractive Method
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Wave Flux Applications & Pre-Heat Considerations
Tech Seconds with Phil Zarrow: Setting Up a Blind Solder Materials Comparison Study
Tech Seconds with Phil Zarrow: Considerations for Switching to a VOC-Free Wave Solder Flux
Tech Seconds with Phil Zarrow: How to Select Wave Flux
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When you focus on trying to quantify the level of contaminating material that remains after the cleaning process, you leave the more important question unanswered. What is that question?
In this installment of Tech Seconds, Phil summarizes the two primary criteria for selecting a wave flux.
You shouldn’t base your solder flux selection on just one data point.
From One Engineer to Another®
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