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Wave Solder System

Wave soldering is used to solder through hole components and some active SMT components and SMT passives, such as chip resistor and capacitors. Our engineering specialists can help you select the appropriate gas, inert wave soldering technology or conduct audits and optimisation studies at your facility. Please contact us at 800-654-4567 to find out more.

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Argon

Argon can be used as an inerting atmosphere in place of nitrogen for specialised processes.

Argon can be used as an inerting atmosphere in place of nitrogen for specialised processes.

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Optimisation Studies

We align with your engineering team so we can understand your processes. By implementing our technology and process audits, we can assist you to use the process gases in a more efficient manner. It can improve the quality of your products being assembled and lower your cost of ownership.

We align with your engineering team so we can understand your processes. By implementing our technology and process audits, we can assist you to use the process gases in a more efficient manner. It can improve the quality of your products being assembled and lower your cost of ownership.

Safety Audits

Site visit to inspect the use of process gases and to assess their proper use from an EH&S viewpoint. To provide safety suggestions to reduce risks in the process areas and supply systems.

Site visit to inspect the use of process gases and to assess their proper use from an EH&S viewpoint. To provide safety suggestions to reduce risks in the process areas and supply systems.

Safety Training

Safety is our top priority. Our experts can train your personnel in the safe handling and use of industrial gases such as hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen.

Safety is our top priority. Our experts can train your personnel in the safe handling and use of industrial gases such as hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen.

Test Programme

To evaluate the use of our atmospheres to determine the benefits to your processes.

To evaluate the use of our atmospheres to determine the benefits to your processes.

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