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Process to Load Insulated Wire with Nonactive Liquid

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000092987D
Original Publication Date: 1967-Apr-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-05
Document File: 1 page(s) / 11K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Mall, AE: AUTHOR

Abstract

This process is for a cleaning operation that removes fluxes from wire-soldered joints. The process requires the insulated wire to be rinsed in heated distilled water or other inert liquid prior to soldering. The liquid fills the space between the conductor element and the insulation. When the wire is soldered and fluxed followed by an immersion in cleaning solutions, the contaminated cleaning solution is unable to enter the space between the conductor element and the insulation. This is because it is already occupied by the inert fluid material. The final step in the operation is to bake the soldered and cleaned assembly to drive off or evaporate the inert liquid.

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Process to Load Insulated Wire with Nonactive Liquid

This process is for a cleaning operation that removes fluxes from wire- soldered joints. The process requires the insulated wire to be rinsed in heated distilled water or other inert liquid prior to soldering. The liquid fills the space between the conductor element and the insulation. When the wire is soldered and fluxed followed by an immersion in cleaning solutions, the contaminated cleaning solution is unable to enter the space between the conductor element and the insulation. This is because it is already occupied by the inert fluid material. The final step in the operation is to bake the soldered and cleaned assembly to drive off or evaporate the inert liquid.

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