Amerway Offers SN100C, Cobar Balver Zinn Solder Products


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Amerway Inc. announces that in addition to their own premium line of solder pastes, fluxes, bar, wire, and custom alloys, they now offer Cobar Balver Zinn Solder Products including the well-known lead-free SN100C alloy.

Cobar Balver Zinn SN100C is a nickel-stabilized tin copper eutectic, containing a small amount of germanium to reduce oxidation. SN100C generates bright and shiny solder joints, comparable with lead-containing solders. In 2005, NASA tests indicated that SN100C is the most reliable soft solder for wave soldering. SN100C is especially preferred for the higher process temperatures of selective soldering.

In making the announcement, Terry Buck, President, said, “Amerway is pleased to offer Cobar Balver Zinn SN100C in addition to our own Amerway products. Through proprietary refining techniques, and now in partnership with Cobar, Amerway offers the widest range of electronics assembly solutions and the finest solder in the world.”

About Amerway

Amerway Inc., based in Altoona, Pennsylvania, is a premier supplier of solder pastes, fluxes, bar, wire, and custom alloy products to the electronics manufacturing industry. Amerway manufactures a large selection of lead free alloys including pure tin, tin/copper, tin/antimony, tin/silver, SAC-alloys, fluxes, and more. Amerway has been recently awarded ISO 9001 quality certification, and now offers high-quality and high-purity COBAR Balver Zinn products including SN100C alloy. For more information, click here.

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