SonoFlux 2000F Ultrasonic Spray Fluxer for Wave Soldering
Sono-Tek’s 2000F ultrasonic spray fluxing system was designed and developed for those manufacturers who run high volume dedicated lines, with the ability to run all flux types (including high solids rosin).
The 2000F ultrasonic spray fluxing system is ideal for high volume production using high solids rosin flux. It features very low maintenance and is equipped with a high velocity flux transfer system to help with PCBs that have difficulty with topside fill, such as those with thick back planes, tight lead-to-hole ratios, or contaminated components. PCB width range of 2-13 inches (50-330 mm) or 2-24 inches (50-610 mm) with flux deposition range of 300 – 2500 ug/in2 (for typical no-clean fluxes). Sono-Tek offers full service and support for all of our ultrasonic spray fluxing equipment.
SonoFlux 2000F Features:
- Only a monthly clean up, even with rosin flux
- High velocity flux transfer for maximum top-side fill
- Uniform coverage
- Reduction in flux consumption up to 80%
- Non-clogging ultrasonic design
- Elimination of thinner
- Easy operation and maintenance
- Compatibility with all fluxes
- Deposition density control micrograms/inch
- Single or dual nozzle configurations available
The 2000F is designed with a high transfer efficiency spray assembly and a closed spray chamber, to capture any rosin flux vapor in the environment.The system can either be installed internally in your wave solder machine, or can be available as a stand-alone unit, both with a variety of optional features.
Sono-Tek uses the ECD Fluxometer to test edge to edge coverage and through-hole penetration. Click on the image for an enlarged view.
Low maintenance and no operator intervention are the primary features of the SonoFlux 2000F. Only a monthly cleaning is necessary (even with sticky rosin flux).
The system is also equipped with a high velocity flux transfer system, to help with PCBs that have difficulty with topside fill, such as those with thick back planes, tight lead-to-hole ratios, or contaminated components.