Selective Soldering

A robotic selective solder system  replaces hand soldering of through hole components without disturbing nearby SMT components.  This process overcomes the limitations of operator dependent soldering with automated flux application and molten solder delivery to precisely controlled PTH locations.

Programmable features set all process parameters including immersion depths, pre-heat dwells, travel distances/speeds, solder temperature, and wave height.  Once set, the system repeats precisely.

The Pillargen nitrogen generator provides a 99.9% pure nitrogen environment in which the solder joint  is made.  These systems provide  consistent, defect-free soldering to complex assemblies.

SPECTRUM has two Pillarhouse Jade MKII selective solder systems, one set up with Leaded Sn63Pb37 solder/RMA flux, the other with Lead-Free SAC305 solder/WS889 flux.