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Bittele Electronics' selective soldering process uses a fountain of molten solder to pinpoint individual leads.

December 2, 2019 - Bittele Electronics, with facilities in Canada, The United States, and China, has an ability to perform "selective soldering" on through-hole mounted components to target individual pins as opposed to exposing the entire PCB to a wave soldering process. As described on the Bittele website, selective soldering is used on assemblies where through-hole components are distributed across the PCB, as opposed to a high density connector pin array where applying a single blob of solder (using a "fountain" stream - see image to the right) would be difficult. In some instances both wave soldering and selective soldering is used. Since the vast majority of printed circuit assemblies use surface mounted components, selective soldering and/or wave soldering is performed first for through-hole component, and then surface mount components are added and a solder reflow pass bonds them to the PCB. Selective soldering allows through-hole components to be safely soldered even after the reflow process has been completed. Read more on the "Bittele's Selective Soldering Capabilities" webpage.

Bittele Electronics has a short article entitled, "Selective Solder vs. Wave Solder," that helps you decide which method is best for your application. An accompanying article entitled, "How to Prevent Non-Wetting Defect during the SMT Reflow Process," provides a little more insight into how to ensure that components are properly wetted for soldering.

About Bittele

In business since 2003, Bittele Electronics Inc. has established itself as a Turn-Key PCB assembly company for prototype and low-to-mid volume PCB fabrication and assembly services. Our facility in Toronto, Canada incorporates our Head Office, Sales Office, Parts Procurement Team, as well as our State-of-the-Art PCB Assembly line. This allows us to offer our customers low-cost, One-stop PCB Assembly Services, including PCB fabrication, parts procurement and PCB Assembly. Our customers are primarily in the United States and Canada, in a wide variety of industries. Production Facility, Canada

All the facilities of IPC-member Bittele Electronics are ISO9001 certified and IPC-A-600 & IPC-A-610 compliant.

 

Contacts

Production Facility Canada
Bittele Electronics Inc
2680 14th Avenue, Unit 1&2
Markham, ON L3R 5B2, Canada
Tel: 1-416-800-7540
Fax: 1-416-800-7548
Web: www.7pcb.com

U.S. Office
Bittele Electronics Inc
560 S. Winchester Blvd. Suite 500
San Jose, CA 95128, United States

Sales
Tel: 1-888-812-1949 (Toll Free)
Email: sales@7pcb.com

Production Facility China
Bittele Electronics Inc
3rd Floor,No.10 Building
Zhongyuntai Science Industrial Park,Tangtou 1st Road
Shiyan Town, Baoan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
Tel: +86-0755–26500950

 

 

Posted December 2, 2019

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