Technic Releases TechniPad 7611


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Technic has launched TechniPad 7611, an electroless process that deposits pure palladium on electroless nickel. TechniPad 7611 contains a proprietary reducing agent resulting in a highly stable process that operates well in a wide range of loading conditions while meeting specific thickness requirements.

TechniPad 7611 requires less tank maintenance than the leading competitor and has demonstrated a consistent deposit thickness in both high-volume and prototype production. To the assembler or OEM performing wire bonding, touch contacts, or soldered connections, Technic's TechniPad 7611 pure Pd deposit means a more consistent assembly with dependable electrical performance.

About Technic

Technic Inc. is a Rhode Island based, privately held corporation with over 900 employees worldwide. For over 70 years, Technic has been a global supplier of specialty chemicals, custom finishing equipment, engineered powders, and analytical control systems to the electronic component, printed circuit board, semiconductor, industrial finishing and decorative industries. Technic is also a major supplier of engineered metal powders to the solar industry.

Learn more at www.technic.com.

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