Benefits provided by Ultrasonic Soldering Include:
- The ultrasonic energy micro-etches the substrate
tooth and increased bond strengths.
- Micro-etching action is accomplished in seconds.
- The soldering alloy's relative viscosity is reduced
- The soldering alloy rapidly wets the clean surface
uniform bond with superior performance.
- The ultrasonic energy draws the solder into the pores
- Uniform wetting without the use of a soldering flux.
- Postsoldering cleaning eliminated.
Ultrasonic Soldering maximizes the effectiveness of many
joint designs. Sometimes flux is necessary due to the base materials
chosen. Ultrasonic Soldering allows for a reduction in the chemical
strength of the required flux while improving overall performance.
Wide range of melt temperatures available.
Wide range of soldering alloys available.
Open top operation.
Consistent and uniform results.
The USP-2 is ideal for soldering
This 2" diameter Pot has a 130ml volume and can operate
continuously up to 350°C. The insulated countertop minimizes
the burn hazard while allowing immersion access.
The USP-906 is a tough production
soldering system for
demanding installations. This 2.6l tank has a 9" x 6" opening.
The soldering system is activated by 600 Watts of ultrasonic
power. The 2kW inconel heaters provide quick warm-up times
and high loading capacity capabilities. The USP-906 works well
with high temperature processing.
Our Transducer Assembly is permanently
attached. The transducer is silver-brazed to the transmission stub and
the stub is fully welded to the Soldering Pot's tank bottom. This solid
one-piece construction offers the highest acoustical efficiency
available. The transfer of power from the transducer to the soldering
alloy is maximized and permanent. Our confidence in this system is
backed by our 10 Year Transducer Warranty.
The High-Limit Temperature Controller monitors a
dedicated immersed thermocouple on larger systems. The High-Limit
Temperature system is completely independent of the primary heat control
We offer a variety of methods to acoustically activate
molten metals. Another popular method is to immerse a Power Probe's Wear-Tip
directly into the molten material. The ultrasonic energy will remove
dissolved gases and enhance grain structure refinement. The Permendur
Power Probe offers the ability to acoustically activate molten metals in
continuous or batch casting operations.
The USP open top design allows the operator to insert the
component directly into the acoustically energized soldering alloy.
The molten alloy couples the acoustic energy to the immersed object.
Within seconds, the component is uniformly wetted and ready to be withdrawn.
Standard Features for the Ultrasonic Soldering Pot:
Silver-Brazed Magnetostrictive Transducer(s)
welded transmission stubs.
Transducer Cooling Blower with interlocking controls.
Large Surface Area Heaters for efficient operation.
1" Thick Ceramic Insulation with stainless steel
Working Temperature: to 500°C (dependent upon model number).
Wetted Surfaces: 316L Stainless Steel.
Ultrasonic Generator Specifications:
Variable Ultrasonic Power (0% to 100%).
Ultrasonic Energy Power Meter.
Frequency Adjustment with Digital Display.
Digital Ultrasonic ON Timer.
Manual/Automated Ultrasonic Control.
Automatic Ultrasonic Timer activation by footswitch or PLC.
Electrical Rating: NEMA-1 or NEMA-12, IP23 or IP52.
Heat Control Cabinet Specifications:
Concise Proportional Temperature Controller with
High-limit Temperature Controller with Digital Display.
Primary Temperature Controller has an immersed thermocouple.
Independent High-Limit Controller thermocouple.
The Ultrasonic Soldering System Includes:
The Ultrasonic Soldering Pot.
Transducer Cooling System.
Ultrasonic Generator(s) mounted in a separate electrical enclosure.
Soldering Pot Heat Control System.
Optional Accessories Include:
High Temperature Operation.
Lip Vent Exhaust Manifold.
Inert Gas Blanket Manifold.