hot-air soldering

hot-air soldering

[′hä¦der ′säd·ə·riŋ]
(metallurgy)
Soldering with a narrow blast of air whose temperature is closely controlled at the value required for soldering individual joints on printed circuit boards.
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Surface-mount packages were reworked using hot-air soldering tools, and BGA packages were reworked with hot air using controlled ramp/soak profile.