Solderability Testing Suppliers

Solderability test employs moisture and temperature stress during accelerated aging. Loss of solderability occurs due to chemical reactions between the lead coating and the atmosphere during storage, which reduces the force of attraction between the solder and the leads. The only way to determine the solderability of a component lead is to expose it to molten solder. Solderability testing involves observing the extent of solder coverage on a lead after dipping it in solder.
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IMR Test Labs | Address: 131 Woodsedge Drive, Lansing Business & Technology Park, Lansing, New York 14882, USA USA | Send Inquiry | Phone: +1-(607)-533.7000, 888.464.8422
IMR Test Labs offers a complete scope of materials research and testing services, including failure analysis, expert testimony, lab management, product testing and training. We provide a full range of more...
RPS Automation LLC | Address: 3808 N. Sullivan Rd. Bldg 14J, Spokane Valley, Washington 99216, USA USA | Send Inquiry | Phone: +1-(509)-891-1680
RPS Automation LLC is a leading global supplier of an extensive line of automated selective soldering and solder test equipment for electronic assembly and circuit board manufacturing. RPS has been in more...
Aztalan Engineering, Inc. | Address: 100 S. Industrial Drive, Lake Mills, Wisconsin 53551, USA USA | Send Inquiry | Phone: +1-(920)-648-3411
Aztalan Engineering, Inc. makes precision machined components. We specialize in providing CNC turning, CNC milling, soldering and engineering services. We offer programming services for a variety of m more...
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