VAPOR PHASE TECHNOLOGY AND ITS EVOLUTIONAuthors: Allen W. Duck and Claus Zabel
Company: A-Tek llc and Asscon
Date Published: 10/11/2007 Conference: SMTA International
As the name suggests Vapor Phase is a technology that uses the temperature differential between a hot liquid vapor and a cooler PCB substrate to illicit an energy transfer from one to the other thus raising the temperature of the cooler PCB to that of the Vapor – never exceeding it. And there in lies one of its greatest strengths.
Keywords: Latent heat transfer, perfluoropolyether, high mass PCB.
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