SMT Reflow ovens accept PCBs with components mounted in wet solder paste and produce soldered PCBs. The key to the reflow process is accurate and repeatable reflow conditions.
Nearly all ovens today use convection heating, but IR and UV ovens are sometimes required for curing applications. Ovens will range in length for different throughput requirements. Since the adoption of lead-free SMT, which requires higher temperatures for reflow, the most common oven sizes are 7 zones, 10 zones, and 12 zones.
Most used ovens are very capable of lead-free soldering and the latest component technologies. Newer ovens designed for lead-free will often have an additional cooling capacity.
Some common brands of SMT convection reflow ovens include:
BTU, Speedline Electrovert, Vitronics, and Heller
All brands have their strengths and weaknesses. Our highly experienced CEE Sales Consultants can help you determine the solution that works best for your needs.
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