Soldering In Nitrogen Atmosphere – Do Quality Aspects Justify The Costs?Authors: Heike Schlessmann and Ronny Horn, Ph.D.
Company: SEHO Systems GmbH
Date Published: 10/13/2013 Conference: SMTA International
In decision-making on the use of inert gas there are several issues to be considered. While at first sight the costs for inert gas seem to raise the total production costs, it also has to be taken into account that quality of solder connections will be improved remarkably if the soldering process is performed in an oxygen-deficient environment. This enables cost reduction for repair works thus increasing the profitability of the electronic manufacturing.
Nitrogen, Wave Soldering, Reflow Soldering, Selective Soldering.
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