How to use wave soldering machine to be more energy efficient

Wave soldering energy saving usually refers to the use of wave soldering to save electricity and tin and save consumables, so how to use wave soldering machine to save electricity and tin? If you can do the following points, you can basically reduce most of the unnecessary consumption, so that the wave soldering can achieve the most energy-saving effect, plus the regular maintenance and daily maintenance of the wave soldering machine, you can basically use the wave soldering machine. The welding machine can not only ensure the quality of wave soldering, but also can use the energy-saving purpose.
1. Anyone who has used a wave soldering machine knows that the biggest energy consumption of wave soldering is mainly power consumption, flux and oxidation of tin. First of all, how do we know how to use more power saving. Pay attention when turning on the machine, because the tin melting process of the tin furnace takes 2 hours, so during the tin melting process, please close the stations that require electricity other than the tin furnace, such as preheating, rail transportation, etc.

2. Another area that can save energy is consumables. First, let’s look at how to save flux. We need to adjust the size of the flux spray according to the size of the PCB. The larger the spray, the larger the flux flow, which will lead to unnecessary waste and directly affect the soldering effect of the solder joints. We need to adjust it to an umbrella-like fog state, which can reduce the waste of a lot of flux. Another point is that the flux needs to be sealed to reduce the volatilization of the flux.

3. There is also how to reduce the oxidation of tin. Now some factories on the market are using tin slag reducing agents to reduce losses. In fact, this is a wrong approach, because the purity of the tin slag reduced by the reducing agent It will reduce a lot and directly affect the life of the product, so we should use the correct way to save the amount of tin.

Post time: Aug-22-2022