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Stunning ‘New’ Koki Halogen-Free solder paste with all-round high performance

Koki has just released the definitive solder paste. This new halogen-free solder paste incorporates powerful wetting and flux coagulation techniques in just one paste, creating an excellent, all-round soldering performance for general purpose applications.

The S3X58-HF1100 Koki solder paste will help your company push ahead with environmental and sustainability commitments without sacrificing superior quality or performance. The paste, newly developed by the pioneering soldering experts, is certified as halogen-free and Koki has successfully removed all halogen from its formula without compromising the performance of the product. Koki shares Fraser Technologies’ forward-looking pledge to protect the planet and meet the needs of customers before legislative changes demand it…

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Keep soldering on with our halogen-free solder pastes

Over the next few months at Fraser Technologies, we will be expanding our range of Koki halogen-free solder pastes. We are always looking for ways to act on our company ethos to help the environment and stay ahead of legislation, and the coming expansion of our halogen-free solder paste range is just one of many examples of this…

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Now the sunset date has passed – what is the process of converting from nPB?

As of 4 July 2020, the use of nPB has been prohibited. While those using it now are in breach of the new regulations, many businesses may not have been in a position to convert in time due to delays resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

For those organisations considering whether it’s possible to convert from nPB now, while distancing guidance and additional safety measures are in place, we’ve broken down the first steps in the process to demonstrate how it can be done safely, efficiently, and cost-effectively…

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nPB Replacement: Common Misconceptions

The sunset date for the use of nPB (also known as n-propyl bromide or 1-bromopropane) has now passed. There remains some confusion around using nPB, and now as companies have to switch to a suitable replacement, here are some common misconceptions and the facts…

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Why do I need to stop using nPB and how do I replace it?

From 4 July 2020, the use of nPB (also known as n-propyl bromide or 1-bromopropane) is prohibited.

The substance has been banned under REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals) regulations, so any business still using it in cleaning and degreasing processes must find a replacement as soon as possible, unless specific authorisation to keep using it has been granted…

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Got questions about nPB sunset date? Do not worry we are here to help!

Due to legislation around the safe use of nPB, (a common substance use for the cleaning and degreasing of components) this substance will be banned from 4 July 2020. Any business still using this solvent in its cleaning and degreasing process must find a replacement as soon as possible…

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We help BAE Systems switch from nPB!

Making a simple switch to safer practices

Large aerospace manufacturer BAE Systems approached us to assess its existing process to see how to use a safer alternative to nPB, at which point we also discussed additional benefits including efficiency and cost savings. Fraser Technologies assessed their existing cleaning processes, we arranged a site visit to inspect the Solvac vapour degreasing systems at two of their facilities…
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