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Fancort Intros Ultrasonic Soldering
Ultrasonic soldering system.
West Caldwell, NJ — Fancort Industries is introducing manual and robotic ultrasonic soldering equipment for soldering hard-to-solder metals and non-metallic substrates like glass, ceramics, steel, silicon, aluminum and metal oxides — all without flux. Dissimilar materials can also be soldered such as glass to metal. The wetting process takes place under normal atmosphere.
Ultrasonic soldering utilizes cavitation within the molten solder. This is created by an intensified ultrasonic beam that generates micro vibrations with a brushing effect that results in a complete removal of the oxide layer for immediate wetting with the solder alloy on the surface of the substrate.
Ultrasonic soldering provides: enhanced quality solder joints; new solder joints where it was previously impossible; no surface pretreatment; no contaminants; no post-cleaning of flux.
The equipment is available for manual soldering or can be integrated into a benchtop, fully programmable soldering robot.
Contact: Fancort Industries, Inc., 31 Fairfield Place, West Caldwell, NJ 07006
888-326-2678 or 973-575-0610 fax: 973-575-9234 Web:
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