Hot-Belt Soldering

A thin, continuous conveyor belt manufactured from Teflon is pulled over a number if heater plates placed in series, with which the belt makes contact. The parts to be soldered are resting on the Teflon belt, which is being heated up through the contact. Setting the heater plates at different temperatures allows to generate a profile. These ovens were used in the hybrid manufacturing area, and are now superseded by modern convection reflow systems.