Hot Bar Soldering Systems
Hot bar soldering is extremely effective in bonding components and parts that are as dissimilar and virtually as difficult to unite as the proverbial oil and water. Several examples are listed above, but there are many other soldering situations that call for Manncorp's PBS hot bar reflow soldering system. This technology, also known as pulse bonding, differs from traditional soldering since the reflow process uses thermode technology, which is based on rapid reflow by pulse heating. This procedure allows materials with low temperature resistance to be soldered at high lead-free temperatures without damage to the flex. It selectively solders parts by heating them to a temperature that's high enough to cause their adhesive or solder to melt and then re-solidify to form a permanent bond.