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FLUX-FREE ULTRASONIC SOLDERING OF ALUMINUM STAINLESS OR CERAMIC TINNING

FLUX-FREE ULTRASONIC SOLDERING OF ALUMINUM STAINLESS OR CERAMIC TINNING

FLUX-FREE ULTRASONIC SOLDERING OF ALUMINUM STAINLESS OR CERAMIC TINNING

Product Details:

Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: HC-SONIC
Model Number: HC-2010GL

Payment & Shipping Terms:

Minimum Order Quantity: 1set
Price: negotiation
Packaging Details: FOAM AND CARTON
Delivery Time: 3DAYS
Payment Terms: T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Supply Ability: 200 SETS PER MONTH
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Detailed Product Description
Frequency: 20Khz Power: 800w
Type: Digital Generator Application: Tinning
Temperature Range: 200~400 °C Horn: Alloy Steel

FLUX-FREE ULTRASONIC SOLDERING OF ALUMINUM STAINLESS OR CERAMIC TINNING

Ultrasonic Soldering Machine ( Dip Soldering Type ) offers highly solid and reliable soldering joints without flux.

 

There are two main reasons for using Ultrasonic Soldering:
1. To eliminate the need for flux in the soldering process
2. To apply solder to ceramics and similar materials
The advantages of removing flux from the process are that there is no need for post-process
cleaning and wicking caused by surface tension from the flux is removed. Eliminating post-process
cleaning has the obvious benefit of cost saving for both the process and the flux itself. The benefit of
eliminating wicking is that the solder coating on the base material can be better controlled.

 

The ultrasonic tinning equipment consists of a solder bath, solder temperature controller, ultrasonic generator and
ultrasonic probe. There is also the option of an automatic dross removal system. The probe is
partially submerged in the solder providing the ultrasonic frequency to the work piece dipped in the
solder. The solder temperature controller has a thermocouple to the solder bath to monitor
temperature and adjust the heaters accordingly. The ultrasonic tinning equipment is best suited to dip tinning and
soldering applications.

 

 

 

Application

  • Electronic Components Soldering (No Flux)
  • Magnet Wire (Al or Cu) Product Soldering Motor / Transformer / Inductor / Toroidal Coil
  • Soldering (No Flux)
  • Battery Electrode Soldering
  • Hard-to-solder material soldering (Aluminum, Nickel, Molybdenum, Glass, Ceramic, Nonferrous metals)

Description

 

Model No. HC-2010GL
Ultrasonic Frequency 20 KHz ± 1 KHz
Maximum Output 800Watt
Temperature Range 200 ~ 400 °C
Power Supply 220V ( Single Phase) / 50-60 Hz
Horn alloy steel
Generator Digital generator
Features

 

· Full Dgital Control

· Ultrasonic Amplitude Adjustable : 10 ~ 100%

· Auto Frequency Tuning : 20 kHz +/- 1 kHz

· Programmable Welding Time and Energy (10 memories for welding condition)

· Ultrasonic Load Meter Scale

· Soldering prod Full Diucts manually

· No Flux soldering

 

Benefits and Applications

 

Ultrasonic energy introduced into a dip solder pot eliminates the need for flux while enhancing many soldering processes. It also provides a means to bond solder to a number of materials including aluminum and glass that are difficult or impossible to solder using conventional soldering techniques. HC-sonic has perfected a technique for introducing ultrasonic energy into dip solder pots and is the exclusive manufacturer of this type of equipment in the world today.

HC-SONIC' solder pots are activated by externally mounted transducers which allow large volume multi-part dipping. The systems' controls are adaptable to automated lines.

 

Electronic Component Tinning and Soldering

 

A process for tinning plated wire involves first the placing of the wire in a suitable chemical flux for a period of time, the wire is then immersed for a period of time into a static solder pot having molten solder therein, the wire is then re-immersed into the chemical flux for a period of time, and finally the wire is immersed for a period of time into an ultrasonic solder pot having molten solder therein, the wire when removed from the ultrasonic pot being sufficiently tinned such that the solder has formed a suitable intermolecular bond to the plating in accordance with typical bonding criteria.

 

Component lead solderability is a major consideration when devices are to be incorporated into high reliability hardware such as that used by the military, human implants including pacemakers and defibrillators, and for aerospace applications. This is especially true in cases where the device, once installed, is not accessible for service. In these critical applications it is commonplace to "tin" component leads when they arrive at the assembly house and prior to going into storage. In some cases the component leads may again be "tinned" immediately prior to use. Ultrasonic tinning offers several advantages over conventional flux methods for high reliability lead tinning.

The ultrasonic soldering process does not use flux. Ultrasonic cavitation and implosion provide the mechanism to mechanically remove surface oxides to allow solder adhesion to take place. Since there is no flux used, there is no chance of solder splatter or the inclusion of flux or flux decomposition byproducts in the solder coating. The necessity to remove flux residues after soldering is also eliminated.

Since there is no flux, there is no "wicking" of solder above the solder level. This means that solder will not wick into stranded wires or into connector contacts.

The ultrasonic soldering process excels in the removal of protective gold, silver, and other platings from lead surfaces. Military and NASA specifications recommend ultrasonic soldering for gold removal.

Ultrasonic tinning has been successful in restoring the solderability of component leads that could not be recovered using the fluxes allowed by military and other specifications. The vigorous mechanical scrubbing provided by ultrasonic energy surpasses many other mechanical recovery techniques.

 

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