DfR-blog-header.jpg

Solderability after Long-Term Storage

Posted by Joelle Arnold, Cheryl Tulkoff and Greg Caswell on Jul 25, 2016 11:15:58 PM

The effect of long-term storage on manufacturability and reliability is an area of major concern for companies that attempt to proactively manage component availability and obsolescence. A number of issues can arise depending on the technology and storage environment. Mechanisms of concern can include solderability, stress driven diffusive voiding, kirkendahl voiding, and tin whiskering. Of all of these, solderability / wettability remains the number one challenge in long- term storage.

DFR-Read-More-btn.png

Topics: wettability, Steam Aging, solderability

Lists by Topic

see all

Have A Question?

Sherlock Free Trial