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Indium Corporation will feature its MEMS microphone lid-attach Indium8.9HF Solder Paste at MEPTEC’s 15th Annual MEMS and Sensors Technology Symposium on June 6, in San Jose, California.
Indium8.9HF is a no-clean, halogen-free (no intentionally added, halogen-free flux) solder paste that enables dispensing of fine lines and shapes down to a width of less than 150 microns. Indium8.9HF provides reliable and consistent dispensing of a standard racetrack deposit using automated time/pressure or auger-based dispensing equipment.
Indium8.9HF eliminates failure modes, such as blow-hole, reduces solder creep, and increases solder joint shear strength. The flux is suitable for use with all standard Pb-free higher-melting alloys, such as those based on SnSb and SnAg.
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