Indium Features Ball-Attach Flux WS-575-C-RT at Productronica China


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Indium Corporation will feature its Ball-Attach Flux WS-575-C-RT at Productronica China from March 14-16, 2017, in Shanghai.  

Indium Corporation’s Ball-Attach Flux WS-575-C-RT is designated halogen-compliant (“no-intentionally-added” halogens) and is designed as a true one-step ball-attach process for Cu OSP substrate.

Indium Corporation’s WS-575-C-RT is the industry’s leading room temperature-stable ball-attach flux and eliminates issues with missing ball, weak joints, and voiding.

WS-575-C-RT can also be completely cleaned using room temperature deionized (DI) water, significantly reducing the costs of heating water.

For more information on Ball-Attach Flux WS-575-C-RT, click here or visit Indium Corporation’s booth E3.3220.

  

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