I.C.T-W2 | Economical High Quality THT PCB Wave Soldering Machine
I.C.T W series lead-free wave soldering machine, after many years market testing is I.C.T’s mature product, W series lead-free wave soldering machine has long-term positive feedback from customers. Its unparalleled heating performance and temperature control system meet the requirements of various welding processes, especially energy saving design has been a leading-edge product advantage, maximum reducing the using cost for customers.
I.C.T – W2
W-series THT PCB Wave Soldering Machine
- Simple: combined with advanced international concepts, based on the Oriental-designed operating system, easy to learn, easy to maintain.
- Expertise: learn imported reflow oven’s advanced design concepts, and the components are using imported top brands.
- Hedging: Import hardware configuration,low failure rate in production,more than a decade service life.
- Safety: Based on the general rules of international design, close to imported reflow rating, the highest security level.
- Stable: mature software, hardware and top production processes ensures stability of each equipment.
Tips: What is the basic principle of wave soldering?
The basic principle of wave soldering is to use a wave of molten solder to make electrical and mechanical connections between through-hole components and a printed circuit board (PCB). The process involves several steps:
- Flux application: The PCB is first coated with flux, a chemical substance that cleans the surfaces to be soldered and helps to prevent oxidation during the soldering process.
- Preheating: The PCB is preheated to a specific temperature to activate the flux and prepare the surfaces for soldering.
- Wave soldering: The PCB is passed over a wave of molten solder, which is typically made up of a mixture of tin and lead. The wave is created by a pump that forces the molten solder over a weir and up through a series of nozzles. As the PCB passes over the wave, the solder flows up through the holes in the board and forms a solid connection between the components and the board.
- Cooling: After passing over the wave, the PCB is cooled to solidify the solder and complete the soldering process.
The wave soldering process is typically used for through-hole components because they have leads that need to be inserted into holes in the PCB. Surface-mount components, which are attached to the surface of the board, are typically soldered using a different process called reflow soldering.
Touch Screen + PLC
|Solder Pot style||
Mechanical Motor drive
|Finger cleaning system||