|Machine dimension||950 mm x 1250 mm x 1850 mm|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Suitable for stencil||29" X 29"|
|Cleaning cycle time||10mins|
|Machine size||(950L X 1250W X 1850H)mm|
|Voltage||415V 3 Phase|
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Rs. 4lacs onwards
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In wave soldering, PCBs are soldered by passing them through a wave of solder. But whereas in reflow soldering, hot air is used to solder the electronic components on the board.
Wave soldering is ideal for soldering THT (Through Hole Technology) assembly. Besides, the process is affordable and can solder bulk PCBs in a short time. Hence, it is preferable for commercial soldering.
Wave soldering is not suitable for soldering surface-mounted components. Besides, other soldering techniques such as reflow soldering are preferred over the wave soldering technique. Hence, its use has decreased considerably in recent years.
When the temperature of the board increases suddenly, it will go into a thermal shock leading to its failure. To prevent this, the board undergoes a preheating process that raises its temperature gradually. Also most of thee fluxes get active at elevated temperatures hence preheating is important.
Yes, Drive Technologies is partnership company formed in Pune and have our corporate office in Pune, Maharashtra. Its operations are spread out all over India and EMIEA region.