Vapor Phase Soldering vs. Convection Soldering – Webinar
Rehm Thermal Systems and Methods Automation invites you to learn about vapor phase soldering and how it differs from the traditional convection soldering method.
Webinar Date / Time
Thursday, September 24, 2020
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Eastern time
During this 45 minute webinar, Rehm will discuss the following topics:
- Vapor phase vs. Convection
- Why Vapor Phase?
- Is Vapor Phase technology right for my application?
- Overview of Rehm vapor phase technology
There will be 15 minutes at the end of the webinar where we encourage you to ask questions and begin a dialogue.
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You will then receive your individual login data for the webinar with the registration confirmation.
Condenso Series – Top Performance for vapor phase
In condensation reflow soldering, or vapor-phase soldering, soldering is accomplished using a hot vapor. Heat transfer in condensation soldering is up to ten times higher than in convection soldering. This makes it particularly suitable for processing large or high-mass boards in a stable process atmosphere. The inert heat transfer medium used is perfluoropolyether (Galden®).
Our Condenso series can solder even the most difficult assemblies quickly and dependably, at temperatures up to 240°C. The patented injection process allows the soldering procedure to be individually regulate – for the best soldering results that exactly match the requirements of your manufacturing.
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