Continual solder bath control minimizes production risk.
Two highly respected industry leaders, SPECTRO Analytical Instruments GmbH and BALVER ZINN Josef Jost GmbH & Co. KG, have joined forces in developing a joint application for tin solder bath analysis. The application combines the unique capabilities of each company and was developed specifically to meet the demands and requirements of the electronics manufacturing industry.
Continual solder bath control and minimized production risk
The joint application utilizes SPECTROCHECK, a compact, high-quality stationary metal analyzer that incorporates cutting-edge, charge-coupled device (CCD) technology. The competitively priced instrument makes it possible for electronics manufacturers to avoid the usual process of sending solder samples to the supplier for testing of the customer´s alloy. Instead, the application facilitates continual process control, while minimizing production risk.
Precise analysis with minimal effort
Costly sampling arrangements, such as planning or milling, are no longer necessary because of a sample mould that has been developed specifically for electronics solder. Analysis results can be quickly interpreted and saved. The analyzer provides the workshop with more exacting process control and documentation, while making it possible to fulfill the most stringent specifications and quality requirements with minimal effort.
BALVER ZINN and SPECTRO will jointly present the SPECTROCHECK at Stand 7-320 in Hall 7 at the SMT Hybrid Packaging Trade Show, Nuremberg Exhibition Centre, from April 26 to 28, 2016.
You can also experience SPECTROs innovative analytical instruments at the Control Trade Show in Stuttgart, Germany, from April 26 to 29, 2016 (Hall 1, Stand 1302).