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Nexelia™ for Wave Soldering

Nexelia™ for Wave Soldering is the ideal solution for the electronic-manufacturing industry operating the wave soldering process.

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Justyna Tomalska
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The Industry Challenge

Currently, oxidation reaction, poor wettability and high peak temperature during soldering of PCBs create harm to electronic solder joints. To offset these effects, using nitrogen to inert the atmosphere during soldering has become a globally accepted practice within electronic assembly. Nitrogen atmosphere improves the wettability of solder, reduces the degree of oxidation, and accelerates the speed of soldering reaction. 

Whatever you need to inert your wave soldering equipment and simultaneously decrease costs, Nexelia™ for Wave Soldering is the optimal choice.

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Nexelia™ for Wave Soldering

A comprehensive gas solution designed for and adapted to your specific needs, Nexelia™ for Wave Soldering combines the best of our gases, application technologies and expert support. As with all solutions under the Nexelia™ label, we
work closely with you to pre-define a concrete set of results, and we commit to delivering them.

Nexelia™ for Wave Soldering is a total retrofit solution to generate and carefully maintain an inert atmosphere during the wave-soldering process.

Your benefits of Nexelia™ for Wave Soldering:

  • up to 90% dross reduction,
  • up to 40% flux consumption reduction,
  • up to 40% soldering joint defects reduction,
  • up to 80% reduction of maintenance time of the solder pot.

Application equipment

For optimal wave soldering, Air Liquide provides you the following equipment:

  • ECO NITROWAVE: a highly specific, patented equipment that diffuses nitrogen through plenums for optimal inerting of the solder pot and ensures a consistently low level of residual oxygen within the wave process.