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Titanium solder bath Vs. Stainlesss steel 316L

#34124

Titanium solder bath Vs. Stainlesss steel 316L | 7 May, 2005

Hi,

There are many companies shifting lead free solder wave. My question is can anyone give me idea if we can still use our old solder wave machine for lead free eventhough the solder pot is stainless steel 316L? Our solder bath has titanium nozzles and impeller.

Thank you for your help.

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#34143

Titanium solder bath Vs. Stainlesss steel 316L | 9 May, 2005

#34144

Titanium solder bath Vs. Stainlesss steel 316L | 9 May, 2005

Your 316L stainless steel pot will not contain lead-free solder, over the long term. We'd bet that our solder machine equipment manufacturer will "swap" you a lead-free solder compatable pot for your current pot.

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#34146

Titanium solder bath Vs. Stainlesss steel 316L | 9 May, 2005

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