Soldering Industry

The year 2006 witnessed a great many changes in this industry. One of the results of the Kyoto Treaty was that only lead-free soldering would be allowed, leading to significant changes in the working environment under which soldering takes place. As a result, unless adequate measures are taken, the material from which the soldering machine is constructed is damaged by the solder itself. The hard inchromizing treatment offered by Chromin BV to harden stainless steel surfaces effectively protects the surface of the equipment against the extreme new working environment. As a result, the soldering machines do not have to be constructed from very expensive materials that are also extremely difficult to weld.