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Viscosity conversion units Query

#31581

Viscosity conversion units Query | 7 December, 2004

We are using solder paste of Alpha Metals 390DH4. As per manufacturer guidelines the viscosity of paste after 1/2 hr. conditioning and after mixing in paste mixer,it shoule be between 800-1250KCP. Our customer is asking for viscosity to be maintained in between 120 - 200 ps S. Can someone tell me is both ranges are same. wHAT IS THE CONVERSION FORMULA.

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#31588

Viscosity conversion units Query | 7 December, 2004

#31594

Viscosity conversion units Query | 8 December, 2004

Thanks for the fast reposonse. Please also suggest for calibration frequency required for brookfield viscometer.

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#31605

Viscosity conversion units Query | 8 December, 2004

Initially, whatever the manufacturer recommends. As you learn more about the how well the instrument maintains calibration over time, you can adjust the calibration period.

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#31615

Viscosity conversion units Query | 9 December, 2004

MR. Dave, I have observed that you are very regular in visiting this site and giving reply to all querires. Can i know your profession and field. Regards

K S

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#31622

Viscosity conversion units Query | 9 December, 2004

I've worked in electronic manufacturing since I was young.

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#31647

Viscosity conversion units Query | 9 December, 2004

Mr. Dave Dear Sir, Can i have your e mail address please?

Regards

K S

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#31653

Viscosity conversion units Query | 10 December, 2004

Just clink on the link between the Lou Reed icon and the word "Author"

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#31668

Viscosity conversion units Query | 11 December, 2004

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#31759

Viscosity conversion units Query | 16 December, 2004

100 Centipoise = 1 Poise 1 Centipoise = 1 mPa s (Millipascal Second) 1 Poise = 0.1 Pa s (Pascal Second) Centipoise = Centistoke x Density

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